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SEPTEMBER 




FOLIO 




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PACIFICA 
LISTENER 
SUPPORTED 
RADIO 

2207 SHATTUCK AVE. 
BERKELEY 4. CALIF. 
THORNWALL B-6767 



PROGRAM FOLIO 



SEPTEMBER 1967 



VOL. 18 



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KPFA's program schedule is published in this monthly 
guide as a service to subscribers, who support our non- 
profit, non-commercial station at the rate of $15.00 (regu- 
lar) or $10.00 (student and retired) for a year. 

Our broadcast day starts Monday through Friday at 
7:00 A.M. and on weekends and holidays at 8:00 A.M. 
and lasts at least until midnight. 

Listeners in certain parts of the East Bay who have diffi- 
culty receiving KPFA, 94.1 mhz, can hear these programs 
broadcast simultaneously on K.PFB at 89.3 mhz. 



KPFA is owned by Pacifica Foundation, a non-profit 
institution. Other Pacifica stations are KPFK, Los An- 
geles, California 91604, and WBAI, New York, New York 
10016. Subscriptions are transferable. 

The duration of programs scheduled is approximate. Dates 
after listings indicate past or future duplicate broadcasts; 
an indication of the time of such scheduling refers to a 
more detailed description of the program. An asterisk pre- 
ceding a music listing means the performance is not 
commercially available. 



KPFA STAFF LIST 

ADMINISTRATION & OFFICE STAFF 

Alfred Partridge Station Manager 

Marion Timofei Administrative Assistant and 

Office Manager 

Anne Dengler* Folio Editor 

Bobbie Harms Secretary (Public Affairs) 

Erna Heims Bookkeeper 

Jean Molyneaux* Receptionist 

Marion Winch Secretary (Promotion) 

PROGRAMMING 

Elsa Knight Thompson Director of Public Affairs 

Lou Hartman News and Public Affairs 

Program Producer 
Erik Bauersfeld Director of Drama & Literature 

Howard Hersh Music Director 

Don Porsche News Director 

Charles Shere* Music Dept. Program Producer 

PROMOTION 

Burton White Promotion Director 

Laura Schaff Subscription Registrar 

Mildred Cheatham Subscription Assistant 

PRODUCTION 

Joe Agos Production Director 

Bob Bergstresser Production Assistant 

Jerry Farrell Production Assistant 

Dana Cannon Production Assistant 

Ray Bridge*** Traffic Clerk 

ENGINEERING 

George Craig Chief Engineer 

Stephen Hawes** Engineering Asst. 

(Transmitter Supervisor) 
Wayne Wagner* Engineering Assistant 

Half time employee 
Ouarter time employee 
***Half time traffic, half time receptionist 




Remember, our immediate goal is 
1500 subscriptions. 
MAYBE YOU CAN HELP ! 

Throughout the month of September 
we will be broadcasting a series 
of transcriptions from the Belgian 
Radio featuring Belgian orchestras, 
conductors and soloists. 

This month we also present the 1 966 
series of Reith Lectures from the 
BBC. The lectures are delivered by 
John Kenneth Galbraith, professor 
of economics at Harvard University, 
and author of The Affluent Society. 

And don't forget our Weekend 
Theatre offerings — Saturday after- 
noon plays and Sunday afternoon 
operas. 

The photographs on the Folio cover 
are of Julian White, who will be 
giving a benefit concert for KPFA 
September 22. 

Program highlights in Music, Public 
Affairs, and Drama and Literature 
can be found in the Folio. 




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KPFA FOLIO 




September 



Friday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (August 31) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Schubert: Symphony no. 2 in Bb 
Steinberg, Pittsburgh Sym. 

Capitol P 8162 (25) 
"Strauss: Oboe concerto, van Kooten; 
Huppert, Utrecht Sym. 

Netherlands transcription ( 23 ) 
"Keller: Passacaglia for strings. 

Schmid, Beromunster Radio Orch. 
Swiss transcription (15) 
Handel: Water Music. Paillard, Pail- 
lard Chamber Orch. 

MHS 553 (47) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by J. C. Pour- 
nelle, associate professor of history 
and political science at Pepperdine 
College in Los Angeles. ( August 31 ) 

9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 
PROSE 

10:00 ON SYPHILIS: A reading by Ken- 
neth Lash from a 16th-century 
manuscript of Hieronymus Fracastor. 

10:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 

Joe Agos. (August 31) 

11:00 SOUNDS OUR FATHERS 
HEARD — Songs of Ships, Sailors 
and Roaring Seas: Byron Bryant pre- 
sents voices from some of the early 
recordings in his collection. 
( August 31 ) 

11:30 CURRENT CINEMA with Claire 
Clouzot. ( August 31 ) 

12:00 CONCERT: 

Monteverdi: Missa a cappella. Ven- 
hoda, Prague Madrigal Singers 
Crossroads 22 16 0043 (36) 
Berio: Omaggio a Joyce. 

tape realized at Radio Milano (7) 
Bach: Prelude and Fugue in a 
Dupre, organ 

Mercury MG50227 (10) 

1:00 DIALOGUE: Harry Pollard con- 
cludes his conversation with Dr. and 
Mrs. Still. (KPFK) 

1:30 GRAHAM GREENE: A radio por- 
trait introduced by Francis Watson. 
(BBC) 

2:00 SENTENCING OF THE FSM 
DEFENDANTS: Excerpts from a 
rally honoring FSM defendants held 
June 28 on Sproul Hall steps on 
Berkeley's U.C. campus, followed 
by interviews with Mario Savio and 
Bethina Aptheker made on June 30, 
just before their sentencing and jail- 
ing. This program was heard on 
Open Hour on June 30 and is nar- 
rated by Elsa Knight Thompson. 

3:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES with Phil El- 
wood. (August 30) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE WHITE DEER -I: Mike 

Tigar reads the first of five episodes 
of James Thurber's story. 



4:30 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MAS- 
TERS presented by Frank de Bellis: 
Gabrieli: Canzona No. 7. Antiphonal 
Choir; Schumann Brass Ensemble 
Vivaldi: Concerto in c minor, R. 44 
No. 19. Tassinari, flute; Musici 
Virtuosi di Milano 
Galilei: Suite in D. Yepes, guitar 
Caroso: Spagnoletta. Philipp, piano 
Pergolesi: "Orfeo". Bianchini, tenor; 
Italian Chamber Orchestra; Jen- 
kins 
Paganini: Caprice No. 9 in E. Ricci, 

violinist 
Marescotti: Fantastico 
Respighi: Ancient Airs and Lute 
Pieces, Suite No. 2. Vienna State 
Opera Orchestra; Litschauer 

6:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT prepared by Aditya Mukerji, 
graduate student in economics at 
San Francisco State College. 
( September 2 ) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Caspar Wein- 
berger, attorney and former as- 
semblyman. ( September 2 ) 



September 



7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER by 
Alfred Partridge, station manager of 
KPFA (September 3) 

7:30 BELGIAN CHAMBER MUSIC, 
featuring Arthur Grumiaux, violin, 
and Istvan Hajdu, piano: 
Schubert: Sonatina in g, op. 137 

no. 3 
Debussy: Sonata for violin and piano 
( Belgian transcription ) 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:00 THE HOSTAGE by Brendan 
Behan. Perry Bruskin directs the fol- 
lowing cast: 

Meg Dillon Diano Webster 

Pat Moultrie Patten 

Rio Rita James Cahill 

Teresa Julie Harris 

Leslie Geoff Garland 

(Columbia DOS 729) 

11:30 ONE NIGHT IN NEWARK: A 
doctumentary montage of on-the- 
spot recordings made during the 
July Newark riots. (WBAI) 
( Sept. 4 ) 

12:15 LATE-NIGHT CLASSICAL 
MUSIC 




Saturday 



8:00 SATURDAY MORNING OPERA 
CO.: Milhaud's Creation du monde 
to settle the audience, with John 
Carewe and the London Svmphony, 
and then Weber's Der Freischutz 
with Seefried, Streich, Holm, Wach- 
ter, Bohme, and Jochum. 

(DGG 18 639/40) 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
with Ellyn Beaty. (August 29) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by Caspar Wein- 
berger. (September 1, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT (September 1, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:15 BOOKS with Kenneth Rexroth. 

11:45 CORE'S 24TH ANNIVERSARY: 
Among the speakers at this public 
meeting which opened CORE s na- 
tional convention June 30, 1967, in 
Oakland, were Muhamid Ali, Dick 
Gregory and Floyd McKissick. 

1:45 BEETHOVEN: Missa Solemnis. 
Janowitz, soprano; Ludwig, alto; 
Wunderlich, tenor; Berry, bass; von 
Karajan, Wiener Singverein, Berlin 
Philharmonic. DGG 138 208/09 

3:15 MISCELLANY 



3:30 THE WINTER'S TALE by Wil- 
liam Shakespeare. George Rylands 
directs this production by the Mar- 
low Society and Professional Players, 
which was recorded by London Rec- 
ords in Britain. We will present a 
brief intermission following the third 
act. 



6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Rev. Hazaiah 
Williams, Jr., Pastor of the Church 
for Today in Berkeley and director 
of Today s Artists Concerts. (Sept. 3) 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (September 4) 

7:15 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE - Ants 
and Wasps: The ants as gardeners 
and herdsmen, the Blood-red Slave- 
makers, the solitary ordeal of the 
queen ant, the wasps as nurses, and 
the decadence which invades their 
nests in autumn. (BBC) (Sept. 6) 

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7:45 LISTENER OPINION: Alfred 
Partridge, KPFA's station manager, 
conducts a live phone-in program. 
The number is THornwall 8-4425. 

8:15 CHILDREN WITH LEARNING 
DISORDERS: Dr. Marcel Kins- 
bourne, a research neurologist from 
Oxford, England, speaking on Feb- 
ruary 24, 1967 at the University of 
California Medical Center in San 
Francisco. 



DRAMA & LITERATURE 
HIGHLIGHTS 

THE GRADUATE: ON LOCATION 
I: Sept. 11 • 10:00 p.m. 

II: Sept. 30 • 7:15 p.m. 
THE HOSTAGE 

Sept. 1 • 9:00 p.m. 
JULIUS CAESAR 

Sept. 20 • 9:30 p.m. 
TELL ME A RIDDLE 

Sept. 18 • 10:00 p.m. 
SORRY WRONG NUMBER 

Sept. 8 • 7:30 p.m. 
A.N.T.A. SOUVENIRS 

I: Sept. 5 • 10:30 p.m. 

I!: S-pt. 19 • 10:30 p.m. 
ALBERT SCHWEITZER ON GOETHE 

Sept. 23 • 9:15 p.m. 
GERTRUDE LAWRENCE - 
A REMEMBRANCE 

Sept. 4 • 11:15 p.m. 
THE PRAISE OF FOLLY 

I: Sept. 15 • 7:30 p.m. 
II: Sept. 16 • 9:30 p.m. 

Ill: Sept. 17 • 8:45 p.m. 

IV: Sept. 17 • 9:30 p.m. 
THOMAS MANN - FIVE LECTURES 

I: Sept. 27 • 10:30 p.m. 
RUSSIAN POETRY IN TRANSLATION 

I: Sept. 3 • 9:00 p.m. 

II & III: Sept. 7 • 11:00 p.m. 
CONVERSATIONS ON ASIAN DANCE 
I: Sept. 9 • 2:00 p.m. 

II: Sept. 14 • 11:30 p.m. 
THE EXCEPTION AND THE RULE 

Sept. 25 • 10:00 p.m. 



•9:30 A KPFA CONCERT OF CON- 
TEMPORARY MUSIC: This con- 
cert of 20th-century music was re- 
corded last month in Studio C. The 
performers are Patrick and Joan Purs- 
well, flautist and pianist, whose 
understanding of and facility in the 
contemporary medium are extra- 
ordinary. 

Niccolo Castiglioni: Gymel 
Pauline Oliveros: Trio for flute, pi- 
ano, and page turner 
Charles Ives: Some Southpaw Pitch- 
ing (piano solo) 
Stefan Wolpe: Piece in Two Parts 

for flute and piano 
Patrick Purswell: "it grew and grew" 
( September 8 ) 

10:15 THE SINISTER POTATO: Rosalie 
Sorrels and friends explore folk 
music and lore, past and present. 
(September 7) 

11:15 FREBERG UNDERGROUND! 
Stan Freberg in a program that 
helps explain what network comedy 
was and why it became extinct. 
(Capitol ST 2511) (September 11) 

12:00 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ, or almost all- 
night, with Dan McClosky. 



September 



Sunday 




8:00 CONCERT: 

"Busoni: Seven Elegies. Gunnar Jo- 
hannsen, piano. KPFA tape ( 32 ) 
"Elgar: Symphony no. 2 in Eb. Boult, 
BBC Symphony 

HMV (78rpm) 8967-72 (52) 
Liszt: Sonata in b minor. Leon 
Fleisher, piano. 

Epic LC 3675 (28) 

10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
(September 1, 7:15 p.m.) 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Rev. Hazaiah 
Williams, Jr. (Sept. 2, 6:45 p.m.) 

10:30 EQUIPMENT REPORT with R. S. 
McCollister. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood. 

1:00 A PARENTS CHOICE: Mrs. Eva- 
lyn Dundas, whose son, Malcolm, is 
sering a prison term for non-coopera- 
tion with the draft, discusses with 
Elsa Knight Thompson the prob- 
lems that such a situation poses for 
parents. 

1:30 BERG: Seven Early Songs. Beards- 
lee, soprano; Craft. Columbia Svm. 
Columbia M2L 271 

1:45 THE BEST OF PUNCH: A pot- 
pourri of stores from the humorous 
British magazine, Punch, read by a 
handful of talented British/ Ameri- 
can actors. (KPFK) 

3:15 MISCELLANY 



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3:30 RAMEAU: Platee 

La Folie Janine Micheau 

Clarine; Thalie ....Nadine Sautereau 

Junon Christiane Castelli 

L'Amour Monique Linval 

Platee Michel Senechal 

Thespis; Mercure Nicolai Gedda 

Citheron Jacques Jansen 

Jupiter Hue Santana 

Momus Jean-Christophe Benoit 

Un Satyre Robert Tropin 

Choeurs de Festival d'Aix-en- 
Provence ( 1956 ) Orchestre de la 
Societe des Concerts du Conserva- 
toire. Hans Rosbaud, conductor 
and harpsichord. 

Pathe Marconi DTX 223/224 
Presented by John Rockwell 



5:45 FRED EXNER, conservative, radi- 
ologist and jazz buff, in a program 
of opinion. ( KRAB ) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (September 4) 



6:45 COMMENTARY by Lewis F. 
Sherman, Berkeley attorney and Re- 
publican State Senator from the 8th 
district. ( September 4 ) 

7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
( September 5 ) 

7:15 MY WORD! The BBC word game. 

7:45 FROM THE VIN ET FROMAGE 
— I : We present the first concert 
from the Second Annual Bach Festi- 
val, in which all thirty-seven of J. S. 
Bach's chamber works were per- 
formed. Tonight's program was re- 
corded June 29 by George Craig. 
Trio Sonata no. 3 in G for flute, 

violin and continuo, S. 1038 
Sonata in A for flute and continuo, 

S. 1032 
Sonata no. 3 in C for unaccompanied 

violin, S. 1005 
Sonata in e for violin and continuo, 
S. 1023 

Larry Duckies, flute; Robert 
Bloch, violin; Marilynne Blanc, 
cello; Laurette Goldberg, harpsi- 
chord. 

9:00 RUSSIAN POETRY IN TRANS- 
LATION -I: Poets Robert Lowell, 
Richard Wilbur, Theodore Weiss, 
and others read their translated ver- 
sions of the work of major 20th- 
century Russian poets such as Paster- 
nak, Mandelstam, Voznesensky et al. 
The program includes an introduc- 
tion and running commentary on 
the Russian poets by Olga Carlisle. 
The next program in the series will 
be heard Sept. 7. (WBAI) (Sept. 7) 

9:45 MISCELLANY 

10:00 ON READING McLUHAN: A 
panel discussion with Lou Hartman, 
Byron Bryant, and Dennis Lewis, 
moderated by Elsa Knight Thomp- 



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KPFA FOLIO 




September 



Monday 



8:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 3) 

8:30 CONCERT: 

"Schubert: Overture in the Italian 
style. Haitink, Amsterdam Con- 
certgebouw. 

Netherlands transcription ( 8 ) 

°Leedy: Brass Trio. McGaw, Green, 

Winebrenner. KPFA tape (11) 

°Havdn: Symphony no. 89 in F. 

Bour, Amsterdam Concertgebouvv 

(19) 

Morales: Missa Quaeramus. Segarra, 

Montserrat Choir. 

Harmonia Mundi 30621 (30) 
"Berlioz: Grande Symphonic Funebre 
et Triomphale. Dondeyne, Paris 
ens. (35) 
•Leedy: Brass Trio (reprise) 

10:30 COMMENTARY by Lewis F. Sher- 
man. (Sept. 3, 6:45 p.m.) 

10-45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (Sept. 2, 7:00 p.m.) 

11 00 OCDEN NASH READS OCDEN 
NASH (Caedmon TC 1015) 

11:30 DIALOGUE: Harry Pollard's guest 
is Mr. Louis I. Weitzman, retired, 
who might be identified as the 
American Tourist. (KPFK) 

12:00 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 

PERFORMERS, featuring Charles 
Steyart and The Chamber Music 
Orchestra of the B.R.T.: 
Haydn: Symphony no. 61 in D 

12-30 PETULIA-ON LOCATION IN 
SAN FRANCISCO: Claire Clouzot 
interviews members of the cast and 
production of Petulia, the new Rich- 
ard Lester movie, as it was being 
filmed in San Francisco. On this first 
of two programs she talks with pro- 
ducer Ray Wagner, director Richard 
Lester, and lead performers George 
C. Scott and Julie Christie. The 
second program will be broadcast 
Sept. 24. 

1:45 ONE NIGHT IN NEWARK 

(Sept. 1, 11:30 p.m.) 

2:30 THE CONDITION OF JEWISH 
BELIEF — I: In this new series, dis- 
tinguished rabbis and theologians 
will give their answers to the follow- 
ing questions — In what sense do 
you believe that Jews are the chosen 
pople of God? Is Judaism the one 
true religion? Does Judaism entail 
any particular political viewpoint? 
Does the so-called "Cod is dead" 
question have any relevance to Juda- 
ism? Today's contributor is Norman 
Lamm, Rabbi at the Jewish Center 
(orthodox) in New York City. 
(WBAI) 

3:00 TEENS ASK WHY: Lori Rickey 
moderates a panel of teenagers who 
play rock and roll together under 
the name of the Los Angeles Tymes. 
The group has an average age of 
fourteen years. (KPFK) 



4:00 THE WHITE DEER - II 

4:30 INDIAN TALES told by Jaime 
de Angulo. 

4:45 CONCERT: 

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 1 
in F. Munclinger, Ars Rediviva 
Ensemble. 

Crossroads 22 26 0003 (21) 

Schumann: Dichterliebe, op. 48. 

Souzay, baritone; Baldwin, piano 

Epic 3747 (29) 

Haydn: String Quartet in b. op. 33, 

no. 1. Dekany Quartet. 

VOX SVBX 556 (17) 

Berio: Differences. Berio, Ensemble, 

electronic sounds. Time 58002 (14) 

Mahler: Symphony no. 4 in G 

Schwartzkopf, soprano; Klemp- 

erer, Philharmonia Orch. 

Angel 35829 (55) 

NO NEWS THIS EVENING 

7:00 COMMENTARY by William Win- 
ter, well-known political analyst. 
(KPFK) (Sept. 5) 

7:15 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, author- 
ity on the U.S.S.R. (Sept. 5) 



7:30 WHERE AT'S AT in the arts. 

8:00 OPEN HOUR 

9:00 STOCKHAUSEN RETROSPEC- 
TIVE — IV: The two works are 
separated by an interview of the 
composer. 

Nr.6, Gruppen for three orchestras 
Nr.7, Klavierstuck XI 
(WUHY-FM) (Sept. 20) 

10:00 GENERAL ASSISTANCE IN 
ALAMEDA COUNTY: Phil Bromel, 
president, and John Winning, vice- 
president of the Alameda Gounty 
Social Workers Union discuss the 
general assistance aspect of the wel- 
fare program, followed by excerpts 
of the Welfare Commission meeting 
held in Oakland July 12. (Sept. 11) 

10:45 SWEDEN NOW, LITERATURE 
TO POLITICS - I: Juris Swendsen, 
itinerant scholar, interviews Lief 
Zern, editor of Dialogue and critic, 
from Stockholm. Assisting in the 
conversation are Robert Sarye, as- 
sociate professor of English at the 
University of Iowa, and R. G. Davis, 
director of the San Francisco Mime 
Troup. (Sept. 12) 

11:15 GERTRUDE LAWRENCE - A 
Remembrance: A program of songs 
by this famous star of musical com- 
edy, including "Someone to Watch 
Over Me," "Someday I'll Find You," 
and "Jenny." (Sept. 12) 

12:00 KING BISCUIT WEST with 
Michael Chechik and ED Denson. 



Karlheinz Stockhausen 

at work in the studio 

for electronic music, 

West German 

Radio Station, 

Cologne. 




KPFA FOLIO 



PAGE SEVEN 



September 




Tuesday 



7:00 TUESDAY-THURSDAY SLAVIC 
SERIES: 
"Szabelski: Preludes for chamber 
orch. Krenz Polish Radio Sym. 
Polish transcription (7) 
"Rachmaninov: Spring Cantata. Kip- 
calo; Gauk, Radio Moscow orch. 
Russian transcription (16) 
'Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet, with 
comments by Nelson Green ( 100 ) 
'Lutoslawski: Three Poems of Mich- 
aux. Lutoslawski and Krenz, Pol- 
ish Orch. (20) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by William Win- 
ter. (Sept. 4, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 3, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 E. E. CUMMINGS reads e. e. 
cummings. (Caedmon TC 1017) 

10:30 CUISINE ROURGEOISE: Sasha 
Shor, culinary artist and raconteur, 
presents another program of recipes 
and tales, assisted by Anne De 
Wolfe. (KPFK) 

11:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS (Sept. 4, 7:15 p.m.) 

11:15 WELFARE CHECK: Beginning a 
new series of programs presented by 
Mrs. Audrey Rawitscher, M.S.W., 
lecturer in Sociology at California 
State College at Los Angeles, on 
methods of social work and child 
welfare. (KPFK) 

11:30 PRESS PROBE: Health and Dr. 
Elmer A. Weden, Jr., are the ob- 
jects of this probe by Roy Begley, 
critic and lecturer on comparative 
health systems; Dr. Robert Ellyn, 
practicing anesthesiologist; and Dr. 
Joseph Still, specialist in preventive 
medicine. Dr. Weden is a surgeon 
and a School Board member of 
Marin County. The program is mod- 
erated by Harry Pollard. (KPFK) 

12:30 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 
PERFORMERS, featuring Jean 
Louel and the Great Symphony Or- 
chestra of the B.R.T.: 
Dukas: The Sorcerer's Apprentice 

(11) 
Stravinsky: The Song of the Night- 
ingale (21). (Belgian transcription) 

1:15 AUSTRALIAN POLITICS: Two 
prominent figures in the Australian 
Parliament, Dr. James F. Cairns and 
Senator John Murray Wheeldon, talk 
with Elsa Knight Thompson. Strong 
opponents of the war in Vietnam, 
both are active in the Labor Party, 
with Dr. Cairns being on the Party's 
executive committee. 

2:00 TOO OLD FOR DONKEYS: A 

play for radio by Rhys Adrian, tak- 
ing place at Euston station, London. 
(BBC) 

2:45 WEBERN: Cantata no. 2, op. 31. 
Nixon, soprano; Scharbach, bass; 
Craft Chorus and Columbia En- 
semble. Columbia K4L 232 



3:00 BRITISH TEACHER IN CHINA: 
Elsie Whitfield talks with Elsa 
Knight Thompson just after her ar- 
rival in this country from China. 
Miss Whitfield had gone to China 
with a two-year teaching contract, 
but after four months her contract 
was broken and the school closed 
down because of Red Guard activity. 

3:45 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
with Ellyn Beaty. ( Sept. 3 ) 

4:00 THE WHITE DEER - III 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW with 
Harold Reynolds, graduate student 
in German at San Francisco State 
College. (Sept. 6) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 6) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Sidney Roger, 
Bay Area journalist specializing in 
labor affairs. (Sept. 6) 



MUSIC HIGHLIGHTS 

LIVE STUDIO CONCERT 

Sept. 5 • 8:45 p.m. 
KPFA BENEFIT CONCERT 

Sept. 22 • 8:30 p.m. 
THE COMPOSER 

Sept. 27 • 9:30 p.m. 
FROM THE VIN ET FROMAGE 

I: Sept. 3 • 7:45 p.m. 
II: Sept. 10 * 7:45 p.m. 

Ill: Sept. 17 • 7:45 p.m. 

IV: Sept. 24 ■ 7:45 p.m. 
MUSIC FROM THE UNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA 

Sept. 13 • 9:30 p.m. 

Sept. 16 • 7:15 p.m. 

Sept. 20 • 11 :00 p.m. 

Sept. 29 • 9:00 p.m. 
ARTHUR BURROWS SONG RECITAL 

Sept. 8 • 9:00 p.m. 
A KPFA CONCERT OF CONTEMPORARY 
MUSIC 

Sept. 2 • 9:30 p.m. 
AN EVENING WITH JOHN CAGE 

Sept. 7 • 9:00 p.m. 

STOCKHAUSEN RETROSPECTIVE 

IV: Sept. 4 • 9:00 p.m. 

V: Sept. 1 1 • 9:00 p.m. 

VI: Sept. 18 • 9:00 p.m. 

VII: Sept. 28 • 8:30 p.m. 
PRAGUE SPRING INTERNATIONAL 
MUSIC FESTIVAL 1967 

Sept. 12 • 10:30 p.m. 

Sept. 19 • 9:00 p.m. 

Sept. 30 • 1:00 p.m. 
A CONCERT BY CAROLE BOGARD 
AND ALAN CURTIS 

Sept. 23 • 1:15 p.m. 
A CONCERT BY THE MELBOURNE 
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Sept. 16 • 1:00 p.m. 
A CONCERT FROM THE 
SAN FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY 

Sept. 15 • 9:00 p.m. 
THIRD TOKYO FESTIVAL OF 
CONTEMPORARY MUSIC 

Sept. 23 • 8:30 p.m. 



7:15 RENAISSANCE PLEASURE 
FAIRE: News, reviews and pleasan- 
tries of the First Annual Renaissance 
Pleasure Faire and Ha'Penny Market. 

7:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. with Betty Pilkington. (Sept. 6) 

8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: In the first 
of two programs on the unforgotten 
tenor, Jussi Bjoerling (1911-1960), 
Anthony Boucher presents his pre- 
LP recordings of 1937 to 1947. 
( Sept. 6. ) 

8:30 MISCELLANY 

8:45 LIVE STUDIO CONCERT: To- 
night we present, live from Studio 
C, cellist Bonnie Hampton and pian- 
ist Nathan Schwartz. A large part of 
their program will be devoted to 
works not often heard in concert. 
There will be room for a small audi- 
ence. A place may be reserved by 
calling the station. 
Beethoven: Sonata no. 2 in g, op. 5, 

no. 2 for cello and piano 
Hindemith: Cello Sonata (1948) 
Lajos Papp: Cello Sonata (1963) 
Davidovsky: Synchronism no. 3 for 

cello and electronic sounds 

10:00 THE NEW INDUSTRIAL STATE 
— I — Planning and the Technologi- 
cal Imperative: John Kenneth Gal- 
braith, professor of ecnomics at Har- 
vard University and author of The 
Affluent Society, begins the 1966 
series of six Reith Lectures from the 
BBC. Classical economic theory de- 
scribes a market place where supply 
and demand determine the price. 
However, today the consumer is no 
longer sovereign because increas- 
ingly producers control prices and 
influence consumers; this new theory 
and its consequences for us all is the 
theme of these lectures. The second 
lecture will be broadcast Sept. 7. 
(BBC) 

10:30 A.N.T.A. SOUVENIRS - I: The 

first of two programs of scenes from 
American National Theatre and 
Academy productions. On this pro- 
gram we present Helen Hayes in 
Victoria Regina, Frederic March and 
Florence Eldridge in Years Ago and 
The Skin of Our Teeth, Eva LaGal- 
lienne in Hedda Gahler and John 
Gielgud in King Richard II. The 
second program will be broadcast 
Sept. 10. (Decca DL9002) (Sept. 13) 

11:15 COMMUNITY DISCUSSION 
PROJECT - FREEDOM OF EX- 
PRESSION AND THE RIGHT TO 
DISSENT: Senator Edward Long 
( Missouri ) and Lieutenant Governor 
of California Robert Finch speak on 
freedom of expresion in govern- 
ment. This is the first of two parts 
of a conference held under the aus- 
pices of The Constitutional Rights 
Foundation. The moderator is John 
Henry Faulk. (KPFK) (Sept. 13) 

12:15 STRUCTURES with John Rock- 
well. 



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KPFA FOLIO 




September 



Wednesday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 5) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

'Schumann: Overture, "Manfred", 
op. 115. Kleinert, E. Berlin Radio 
Orch. DDR transcription (14) 

"Beethoven - Weingartner: Hammer- 
klavier. Graunke, Bavarian Sym- 
Orch. Urania URLP 7089 (45) 
*von Weber: Concerto no. 2 for clari- 
net. Vioch; Kleinert, E. Berlin 
Radio Orch. 

DDR transcription (4) 
Walton: Symphony no. 2. Szell, 
Cleveland Orchestra. 

Epic LC 3812 (27) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Sidney Roger. 
(Sept. 5, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 5, 6:00 p.m.) 

10:00 WILLIAM FAULKNER reads 
William Faulkner. ( Caedmon TC 
1035) 

10:30 GOLDEN VOICES 
(Sept. 5, 8:00 p.m.) 

11:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 

U.N. (Sept. 5, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 THE WORLD OF STEPHEN 
LE ACOCK - X: Continuing the 13- 
part anthology by John Drainie with 
excerpts from "Short Circuits" (1928) 

12:00 HAYDN: Symphony no. 97 in C. 
Beecham, Royal Philharmonic Or- 
chestra Angel 36244 

12:30 THOMAS HARDY introduced by 
Gilbert Phelps. (BBC) 

1:00 COMMUNITY DISCUSSION 
PROJECT - CASTRO'S CUBA, 
CUBA'S FIDEL: Lee Lockwood, 
author of the aforetitled book, is 
interviewed by Donald Bray, as- 
sociate professor of government at 
California State College at Los An- 
geles. (KPFK) 

2:00 BACH: Concerto in F ("The Ital- 
ian Concerto") Casadesus, piano 

Columbia ML 5895 

2:15 REFLECTIONS: The concluding 
program in the series "A Chance To 
Grow" from WGBH in Boston. 

3:30 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE - Ants 
and Wasps (Sept. 2, 7:15 p.m.) 

4:00 THE WHITE DEER - IV 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 2 
in F. Munclinger, Ars Rediviva 
Ensemble. 

Cdossroads 22 26 0003 ( 13 ) 
Stockhausen: Refrain. Kontarsky, pi- 
ano; Kontarsky, celesta; Caskel, 
percussion. Time 58001 (9) 

Debussy: Fetes Galantes. Teyte, so- 
prano; Cortot, piano. 

Angel COLH 134 (14) 
Haydn: Piano Sonata no. 21 in C. 
Kyriakou, piano. 

VOX SVBX 574 (15) 
Brahms: Quintet in b, op. 115 for 
clarinet and strings. Michaels, 
clarinet; Endres Quartet 

VOX SVBX 578 (40) 



6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 7) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Robert Tide- 
man, director of the Henry George 
School of Social Science in San 
Francisco. ( Sept. 7 ) 

7:15 COMMENTARY by Nicholas 
Petris, Democratic State Senator 
from the 11th district. (Sept. 7) 

7:30 CONSERVATION REPORT with 
Kittie A. Brodsky. (Sept. 7) 

7:45 MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip 
Elwood features drummer Elvin 
Jones. (Sept. 8) 

8:30 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:30 MUSIC OF VIETNAM - I 
9:45 WHAT ARE THE ELDERS OF 
THEIR VILLAGES THINKING? A 
dramatic reading by Eileen Egan, 
with music by Gene Murrow. Pro- 
duction was by Michail Ackerman 
and Bob Ortiz. (WBAI) 

10:00 MUSIC OF VIETNAM - II 
Folkways FE 4352 

10:15 FELIX GREENE ON CHINA 
AND VIETNAM: Mr. Greene, 
speaking under the auspices of the 
Community for New Politics at the 
Berkeley Community Theater June 
23, 1967, discusses his latest Asian 
trip. (Sept. 12) 

11:30 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 
PERFORMERS, featuring Stefan 
Askenase, pianist: 
Chopin: Fourteen Waltzer 

12:00 COCONUT GROVE 



September 




Thursday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 6) 

7:30 TUESDAY-THURSDAY SLAVIC 
SERIES: 

Rimsky-Korsakov: Antar, op. 9. An- 
sermet, Suisse Romande 

London LL 1060 (31) 
Mussorgsky: Songs and Dances of 
Death. Christoff; Tzipine, NRF 
Orchestra. Angel 3575 (22) 

'Glazunov: Symphony no. 5 in Bb, 
op. 55. Golovanov, USSR State 
Radio Orch. 

Concert Hall CHS 1302 (32) 

Mussorgsky: "King Saul", "The 

Winds are Howling", "Gopak" 

Christoff, Tzipine, NRF Orch. (10) 

'Dargomijsky: the Mad Scene from 

The Russalka ( Act III ) . Reizen, 

Nelepp; Nebolsin, Bolshoi Orch. 

Concert Hall CHS 1302 (13) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Robert Tide- 
man. (Sept. 6, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 COMMENTARY by Nicholas 
Petris. (Sept. 6, 7:15 p.m.) 



10:00 THE LOVE POEMS OF JOHN 
DONNE read by Richard Burton. 
(Caedmon TC 1141) 

10:30 CONSERVATION REPORT 
(Sept. 6. 7:30 p.m.) 

10:45 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick, 
management consultant comments 
on the world of economics, business 
and money. (KPFK) 

11:00 WHAT IN THE WORLD IS 
HAPPENING TODAY? Fred Krin- 
sky, Ph.D., professor of political sci- 
ence and chairman of the depart- 
ment at the Universitv of Southern 
California, speaks on "The Changing 
Political Climate of the State and 
Nation." (KPFK) 

12:00 CONCERT: 

Torelli: Concerto in g, op. 8, no 6 
I Musici 

Philips PHM 500-025 ( 10 ) 
Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibi- 
tion. Dorati, Minneapolis Svm- 
phony. Mercury MG50217 (30) 

12:45 NEW THREATS TO MAN: Dr. 
Jerome Frank, professor of psychia- 
try at Johns Hopkins University, ex- 
plores the causes of aggression and 
looks at some of the ways we mieht 
create a "world safe for conflict." 
(KPFK) 

1:30 RUSSIAN POETRY IN TRANS- 
LATIONS (Sept. 3, 9:00 p.m.) 

2:15 EXISTENTIALISM AND MOD- 
ERN MORALITY - Nietzsch- and 
the German Character: Dr. Frederick 
Mayer, author and educator-philoso- 
pher, presents the third program in 
his series of four talks. ( KPFK ) 

2:45 THE SINISTER POTATO 
(Sept. 2, 10:15 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE WHITE DEER - V (Con- 
clusion ) 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 
in G. Munclinger, Ars Rediviva 
Ensemble 

Crossroads 22 26 0003 ( 14 ) 
Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch 1-16 
Berger, soprano; Prey, baritone; 
Weissenborn, piano. 

VOX LDL 532 (25) 
Berio: Circles. Berberian, voice; 
Pierre, harp; Drouet, Vinogradov, 
percussion. Time 580003 ( 17 ) 

Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 24 in c, 
K. 491. Kraus, piano; Simon, Vi- 
enna Festival Orchestra. 

Epic SC 6054 (29) 

6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 
Joe Agos. (Sept. 8) 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 8) 

7:00 COMMENTARY bv Robert Pickus, 
founder of the World Without War 
Council. ( Sept. 8 ) 

7:15 RENAISSANCE PLEASURE 
FAIRE: News, previews and pleas- 
antries of the first annual Renais- 
sance Pleasure Faire and Ha'Penny 
Market, being held in October as a 
benefit for KPFA, with Ron and 
Phyllis Patterson, Faire Creators. 

7:30 ART REVIEW with John Fitz- 
Gibbon. (Sept. 8) 

8:00 WHERE IT'S AT and what's new 
in the arts. 



KPFA FOLIO 



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8:30 THE NEW INDUSTRIAL STATE 
— II — The Modern Corporation: 
John Kenneth Galbraith, professor 
of economics at Harvard University, 
in the second series of six Reith 
Lectures from the BBC. The third 
lecture will be broadcast September 
12. (BBC) 

9:00 AN EVENING WITH JOHN 
CAGE: A two-hour plunge into the 
beautiful, witty world of John Cage, 
composed of his talks and music. 
Mr. Cage has said, "I believe that by 
eliminating purpose, what I call 
awareness increases. Therefore my 
purpose is to remove purpose." And 
so shall it be with our program. 
(Sept. 14) 

11:00 RUSSIAN POETRY IN TRANS- 
LATION II & III: Poets Robert 
Lowell, Richard Wilbur, Theodore 
Weiss and others read their trans- 
lated versions of the work of major 
20th-century Russian poets such as 
Pasternak, Mandelstam, Voznesensky 
et al. There will be a brief intermis- 
sion of Russian Music. ( Sept. 15 ) 

12:00 JURA-PARIS ROAD, travelled by 
Charles Shere. 



PUBLIC AFFAIRS HIGHLIGHTS 



THE NEW INDUSTRIAL STATE 


(REITH LECTURES) 




1: Sept. 5 ■ 


10:00 p.m. 


II: Sept. 7 


8:30 p.m. 


III: Sept. 12 


9:30 p.m. 


IV: Sept. 14 


8:30 p.m. 


V: Sept. 19 


8:30 p.m. 


VI: Sept. 22 


7:45 p.m. 


HANNAH ARENDT 




Sept. 9 • 9:00 p.m. 



CHILDREN WITH LEARNING 
DISORDERS 



Sept. 2 



8:15 p.m. 



PERCEPTUAL ASPECTS OF CHILDREN'S 
LEARNING DISORDERS 

Sept. 9 • 12:00 noon 

THE LINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF 
LEARNING DISORDERS 

Sept. 10 • 1:00 p.m. 

DRAFT RESISTANCE 

Sept. 10 • 9:00 p.m 



September 



Friday 




7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 7) 

7:30 CONCERT 

Schubert: Symphony No. 3 in D. 
Sebastian, Colonne Concerts Orch. 
Urania URLP 7137 (21) 
von Weber: Cantata, Kampf und 
Sieg; soloists: Kegel, Leipzig 
Orch. Urania UR 7126 (34) 

"Schoenberg: Five Pieces for Or- 
ches; Rowicki, Warsaw Philhar- 
monic. Polish transcription (19) 

*Erickson: String Quartet 
KPFA tape (21) 

*Stockhausen: "Leitmasse 
Danzi Quintet 
Polish transcription (14) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Robert Pickus. 
(Sept. 7, 8:00 p.m.) 

9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 
PROSE 

10:00 THE POETRY OF YEATS read 
by Siobhan McKenna and Cyril Cu- 
sack. (Caedmon TC 1081) 

10:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS. (Sept. 
7, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:00 ART REVIEW. (Sept. 7, 7:30 
p.m.) 

11:30 AGGRESSION WITHOUT 
WEAPONS: Saul K. Padover, 
author and historian, delves into 
various aspects of aggression, the 
role it plays, its place in history and 
its possible future in this paper 
presented to the Ethical Culture 
Society of Los Angeles. Mr. Padover 
is currently professor of social sci- 
ence at the New School of Social 
Science in New York. (KPFK) 



12:30 A KPFA CONCERT OF CON- 
TEMPORARY MUSIC (Sept. 2, 
9:30 p.m.) 

1:15 HOMAGE TO DIAGHILEV: A 
sketch of the great imDressario, in- 
troduced by Derek Parker. (BBC) 

1:45 UFO MYSTERY-FACT, HOAX 
OR ILLUSION? Mr. Ronald Oriti, 
Curator of Meteorites, Griffith Pla- 
netarium, Los Angeles, speaks on Ex- 
plainable and Unexplainable UFO's. 
This was one of a series of lecture- 
discussions held in Santa Barbara in 
the winter of 1967. (KPFK) 

3:00 MODERN JAZZ SCENE (Sept. 
6, 7:45 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 




4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND-I- 

Down the Rabbit Hole: Beginning 
this serialized dramatization of Lewis 
Carroll's classic done in the KPFA 
studios during the summer of this 
year. Among the cast you will hear 
Anne Hedley (as Alice), Sandy 
Hawkins, Cliff Anchor and Nick 
Tennant. The cast is frequently 
augmented by other dramaphiles 
who wandered by. 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW, pre- 
pared by Richard Lock, former resi- 
dent and teacher in Japan now do- 
ing graduate work at the University 
of California in Berkeley. (Sept. 9) 

6:15 MISCLLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTRY by Henry Ander- 
son, public health sociologist, chair- 
man of Citizens for Farm Labor, 
and free-lance speaker and writer. 
(Sept. 9) 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
with Alfred Partridge, KPFA's sta- 
tion manager. (Sept. 10) 

7:30 SORBY WRONG NUMBER by 
Lucille Fletcher. Agnes Moorehead 
stars in this famous early radio play 
written originally for the Mercury 
Theatre. ( Decca DL 9062 ) 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:00 ARTHUR BURROWS SONG RE- 
CITAL: Mr. Burrows, who sings 
with the New York Pro Musica 
Antiqua, stopped by our studios with 
Julian White for a recording session 
last July. The result was a particu- 
larly fine display of a young but 
experienced voice. 
Schubert: Lied der Mignon, an den 
Mond, an die Leier 

Faure: Claire de lune, Tristesse, 
Mandoline, Adieu 

Julian White: Time and the Wind 
(1957) 

Wagner: the Dutchman's lament, 
"Die Frist ist urn," from The Fly- 
ing Dutchman 

10:00 THE SCHOOL TODAY - USE, 
MISUSE, AND NO USE OF 
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS: Dr. 
Arthur Pearl, professor of education 
at the University of Oregon, speak- 
ing at the 18th annual conference of 
the California Association of School 
Psychologists and Psychometrists in 
San Francisco March 18, 1967. 
(Sept. 14) 

11:00 ESCAPE! with Anthony Boucher. 
(Sept. 11) 

11:30 THE POETRY OF TURKEY: A 
survey of Turkish poetry from the 
past and today. Talat Sait Halman, 
who wrote and recorded the pro- 
gram, is a Turkish poet, critic and 
translator and currently a member 
of the faculty of Princeton Uni- 
versity. (WBAI) (Sept. 14) 

12:00 LATE-NIGHT CLASSICAL 
MUSIC 



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KPFA FOLIO 




September 
Sunday 



8:00 SATURDAY MORNING OPERA 
CO.: Poulenc's Lc Bal masgue opens 
the curtain, with Warren Galjour 
(Esoteric ES 518); and then we 
progress to Strauss' Die Fledcrmaus 
with Scheyrer, Dermota, Lipp, Ber- 
ry, Ludwig and Wachter. Otto 
Ackermann conducts the Philhar- 
monia Orch. ( Angel 3581 ) 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 

(Sept. 5, 3:45 p.m.) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by Henry Ander- 
son. (Sept. 8, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW 

(Sept. 8, 6:00 p.m.) 
11:15 BOOKS with Kenneth Rexroth. 

11:45 BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata no. 5 
in C, op. 10, no. 1; Gieseking, piano. 
Angel 35655 

12:00 PERCEPTUAL ASPECTS OF 
CHILDREN'S LEARNING DIS- 
ORDERS: Dr. E. C. Frierson, Co- 
ordinator of program development 
for the department of special educa- 
tion at the George Peabody College 
for Teachers, Nashville, Tennessee, 
speaking in San Francisco Febru- 
ary 25, 1967. 
1:30 MUSIC OF INDIA presented by 
Aditya Mukerji. 

2:00 CONVERSATIONS ON ASIAN 
DANCE — I — India: Renee Renouf 
in the first of a series of discussions 
on dance in Asia. On this program 
Miss Renouf, San Francisco corres- 
pondent of Dance News, talks with 
Tom Borek, critic and dancer, and 
Louise E. Scripps of the American 
Society for Eastern Arts. 

2:30 U.S. POLICY IN SOUTHEAST 
ASIA: General Maxwell D. Taylor, 
speaking in San Francisco on June 
26, 1967. (Sept. 21) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 



:00 THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURN- 
ING by Christopher Fry. John Giel- 
gud directs the following cast: 

Thomas Mendip John Gielgud 

Richard .... Richard Burton 

Alizon Eliot Penelope Munday 

Nicholas Devize David Evans 

Margaret Devize Nora Nicholson 

Humphrey Devize ...Richard Leech 

Hehhle Tyson George Howe 

Jennett Jourdemayne. .Pamela Brown 
(Decca DX-100) 



6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Henry Ram- 
sey, Richmond attorney. (Sept. 10) 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (Sept. 11) 



7:15 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE - Flies 
and Greenflies: The courtship of 
gnats and their need for blood, the 
anthrax fly and the sinister require- 
ments of its young, the mild-man- 
nered greenfly and its numerous per- 
secutors. (BBC) (Sept. 13) 

°7:45 A CONCERT FROM THE 
SOUTHWEST GERMAN RADIO: 

Stravinsky: Septet 

Henze: Nachtstucke und Arien 
Gloria Davy, soprano 

Skalkottas: Andante Sostcnuto for 
piano, winds and percussion. 
Maria Bergmann, piano 

Messiaen: Oiseaux Exotiques 

Yvonna Loriod, piano 

Hans Rosbaud, Southwest German 
Radio Orchestra. ( From concerts 
recorded between 1954 and 1957 ) 

9:00 HANNAH ARENDT, professor at 
the University of Chicago and noted 
writer, speaks on "Revolution and 
Freedom." This program is from the 
series "From the Midway," from the 
University of Chicago. ( Sept. 15 ) 

10:00 MUSIC IN AMERICA with Chris 
Strachwitz. 

11:15 DEATH HOUSE LETTERS OF 
JULIUS AND ETHEL ROSEN- 
BERG: Selections from a two-year 
correspondence between the Rosen- 
bergs as they awaited execution, 
read by Gerald Fritz and Lois Adler. 
The program is narrated by Eric 
Nord and directed by Lois Adler. 
(WBAI) 

12:00 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ with Dan 
McClosky. 



10 



September 



Sunday 



8:00 CONCERT: 

Weber: Overture, Euryanthe. Dorati, 
Amsterdam Concertgebouw. 
Epic LC 3684 (9) 

J. S. Bach: Easter Oratorio. Soloists: 
Couraud, Stuttgart ens. 
Epic LC 3844 (45) 

Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra. 
Haitink, Amsterdam Concertge- 
bouw. Epic LC 3772 (36) 

Victoria: Missa Quarti Toni. Martor- 
ell, Barcelona Chorale. 
Music Guild M 41 (18) 

10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 

(Sept. 8, 7:15 p.m.) 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Henry Ram- 
sey. (Sept. 9, 6:45 p.m.) 

10:30 REMINISCENCES OF A REBEL: 
Ben Legere continues his autobiog- 
raphy. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood 

1:00 THE LINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF 
LEARNING DIRORDERS: Dr. Gil- 
bert Schiffman, supervisor of read- 
ing for the Maryland State Depart- 
ment of Education and assistant in 
medical psychology' at Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, speaking on February 
26, 1967 at the University' of Cali- 
fornia Medical Center in San Fran- 



2:00 CONCERT: 

de la Halle: he Jeu de Robin et 
Marion. Cape, Pro Musica An- 
tiqua, Brussels. 
Archive ARC 3002 (8) 
Webern: Three Songs, op. 25. 
Nixon, soprano; Stein, piano. 
Columbia K4L232 (4) 

2:15 HOW EFFECTIVE IS SOCIAL 
PROTEST ART? As Fine Art? - as 
protest? Allen D'Arcangelo, Leon 
Golub, Marc Morrell and Ad Rein- 
hardt, who have been deeply in- 
volved in the Angry Artists Protest 
Against the War in Vietnam, evalu- 
ate the College of Indignation, Pi- 
casso's Guernica and Marc Morrel's 
right of free expression to use the 
American flag. (WBAI) 



3:30 TCHAIKOVSKY: The Maid of 
Orleans (Orleanskaya Deva): 
Joan of Arc. ...Sofia Preobrazhenskaya 

Charles VII Valery Kilchevsky 

Agnes Olga Kashevarova 

Cardinal N. Konstantinov 

Lionel L. Solomyak 

The Chorus and Orchestra of the 

Kirov Thetre, Leningrad, Boris 

Khaikin. 

Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga D-09311- 

09318 (1946) 

Presented by Lawrence Jackson. 



6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 11) 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Roy Kepler, 
long active in the peace movement. 
(Sept. 11) 

7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 12) 

7:15 MY WORD! (BBC) 

7:45 FROM THE VIN ET FROM AGE 
— II: The second in our series of 
concerts from the summer Bach Fes- 
tival, presenting this evening Sally 
Kell, viola da gamba and cello; 
Larry Duckies, flute; and Laurette 
Goldberg, harpsichord: 
Sonata no. 2 in D for viola da gamba 

and harpsichord, S. 1028 
Sonata in a for unaccompanied flute 
Suite no. 5 in c for unaccompanied 

cello, S. 1011 
Sonata no. 3 in E for flute and con- 
tinue S. 1035 

9:00 DRAFT RESISTANCE: David 
Harris, former president of the stu- 
dent body at Stanford University, 
and Ben Seaver, Quaker Peace 
Worker, speaking in San Francisco 
on July 19, 1967. The program also 
includes comments by Mrs. Ann 
Ginger, Berkeley attorney, and Stan- 
ford professor George Leppert, and 
was heard on Open Hour Julv 21. 
(Sept. 14) 

10:00 THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE by 
George Bernard Shaw. This is GBS's 
statement on the loss of Britain's 
American colonies— a brilliant, biting 
comedy-tragedy. (KPFK) (Sept. 21) 

11:45 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 
PERFORMERS, featuring Marcelle 
Mercenier, pianist, performing works 
by Alexander Scriabin. 

( Belgian transcription ( 30 min. ) 



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Monday 



ui 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 10) 

7:15 FEEDBACK with Lou Hartman. 

7:30 TWENTIETH-CENTURY CON- 
CERT: 

'Mumma: Sinfonia for 12 instruments 
and tape. Once Festival ( 12 ) 
Milhaud: Concertino de printemps. 
Goldberg; Milhaud, Lamoureux 
ens. Epic LC 3666 (9) 

"Stockhausen: Nr. 1 Kontrapunkte . 
Boulez, Domaine Musicale. 
Vega (12) 
Milhaud: Concertino d'ete. Wall- 
fisch, Milhaud (12) 
"Berio: Circles. Berberian; Maderna, 
ens. RAI transcription (19) 

Milhaud: Concertino d'automne. 
Joy and Bonneau; Milhaud (10) 
"Nono: Incontri Musical. Boulez, Do- 
maine Musicale (6) 
Milhaud: Concertino d'hiver. Suzan; 
Milhaud (14) 
"Nono: Epitafio no. 2 for Lorca. 
Gazzelloni; Scherchen, ens. 
RAI transcription ( 14 ) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Roy Kepler. 
(Sept. 10, 6:45 p.m.) 

9:45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (Sept. 9, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 MARQUIS DE SADE - I: Patrick 
Magee reads Justine (a selection) 
and A Letter From Prison to His 
Wife. (Caedmon TC 1214) 

10:30 ESCAPE! (Sept. 8, 11:00 p.m.) 

11:00 FROM THE MIDWAY: Malcolm 
C. Rivkin, director of the depart- 
ment of urban and regional develop- 
ment of Robert R. Nathan Associ- 
ates, Inc., in Washington, D.C., dis- 
cusses "The City of Tomorrow." 
This series comes to us from the 
University of Chicago. 

12:00 CONCERT: 

Palestrina: Stahat Mater. Rehmann, 

Aachener Domchor. 

Archive ARC 3074 (9) 
Schumann: Carnaval, op. 9. Rosen 

piano. Epic LC 3689 (29) 

12:45 GENERAL ASSISTANCE IN 
ALAMEDA COUNTY 
(Sept. 4, 10:00 p.m.) 

1:30 FREBERG UNDERGROUND! 
(Sept. 2, 11:15 p.m.) 

2:30 THE CONDITION OF JEWISH 
BELIEF - II: Today's contributor 
is Rabbi Jaakov Jacobs, editor of the 
Jewish Observer (Orthodox). (WBAI) 

3:00 TEENS ASK WHY: Ben Sweet is 
moderator for a panel of teenagers 
who probe civil rights issues from 
the histroical and philosophical per- 
spectives. (KPFK) 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - II 

- The Pool of Tears. 
4:30 INDIAN STORIES told by Jaime 

de Angulo several years ago and pre- 
served on big 78-rpm acetate tran- 
scriptions. 



4:45 CONCERT: 

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 4 
in G. Munclinger, Ars Rediviva 
Ensemble 

Crossroads 22 26 0003 (17) 
Schubert: Die Schone Mullerin. 
Matthews, mezzo-soprano; Farr, 
piano. Period SPL 713-714 (65) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 12) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by William Win- 
ter, political analyst. 
(KPFK) (Sept. 12) 

7:15 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, author- 
ity on the U.S.S.R. and author of 
Russia Re-Examined. ( Sept. 12 ) 

7:30 WHERE IT'S AT and what it is 
in the arts. 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:00 STOCKHAUSEN RETROSPEC- 
TIVE — V : We continue this series 
from WUHY-FM with the first part 
of a talk given by Stockhausen in 
1964 at the University of Pennsyl- 
vania, Gesang der Junglinge for 
boy's voice and electronic sounds, 
and Zyklus for solo percussionist. 
(Sept. 26) 




Mike Nichols 
in action 



10:00 THE GRADUATE, ON LOCA- 
TION - 1: Mike Nichols, directing 
his new film The Graduate in the 
San Francisco Bay Area, talks with 
Claire Clouzot between scenes 
filmed at Theta Delta Chi, near the 
Berkeley campus. (Sept. 20) 

11:15 WHAT KIND OF CITY DO WE 
WANT? Robert C. Weaver, U.S. 
Secretary of Housing and Urban 
Development, speaking in San Fran- 
cisco on June 22, 1967. (Sept. 18) 

11:45 KING BISCUIT WEST with Mike 
Chechik and ED Denson. 



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September 



Tuesday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 11) 

7:30 TUESDAY-THURSDAY SLAVIC 
SERIES 

"Loeffler: Music for Four Strings. 
The Coolicl^e Quartet 
Victor (78 rpm) M 543 (25) 

"Dohnanyi: Symphonic Variations, 
op. 36. Graunke, Bavarian Sym- 
phony. Urania URLP 7066 (15) 

"Tchaikovsky : Quartet no. 2 in F, op. 
22. Budapest Quartet (ca. 1929) 
RCA (78 rpm) M 142 (36) 

"Prokofiev: Concerto in D, op. 19, 
Szigeti; Beecham, London Phil- 
harmonic ( 20 ) 

"Loeffler: Quintet in one movement. 
The Gordon Quartet with Kay 
Rickert, vn. 
Schirmer (78 rpm) 13 (15) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by William Win- 
ter. (Sept. 11, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 10, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 MARQUIS DE SADE-II: Patric 
Magee reads The Mystified Magis- 
trate (abridged). (Caedmon TC1214) 

10:30 CUSINE BOURGEOISE: Sasha 

Shor, culinary artist and raconteur, 
with another session on French 
CookinK seasoned with a story or 
two. He is assisted by one of his 
students, Mary Martin. (KPFK) 

11:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS (Sept. 11, 7:15 p.m.) 

11:15 WELFARE CHECK with Audrey 
Rawitcher. ( KPFK ) 

11:30 PRFSS PROBE - Is The Ameri- 
can Economy Mismanaged? E. C. 
Harwood, director of the American 
Institute for Economic Research, is 
probed by Frank Gobel, president 
of the Thomas Jefferson Research 
Center, specializing in the behavioral 
sciences; Edwin Robbins, professor 
of finance, School of Business, Uni- 
versity of Southern California; and 
Proctor Thomson, Lincoln Professor 
of economics and administration, 
Claremont Men's College. (KPFK) 

12:30 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 

SOLOISTS, featuring the soloists of 

the Bach Society: 

Bach: Concerto in d for three harp- 
sichords and orchestra (18) 

Bach: Concerto in c for four harp- 
sichords and orchestra 
( from Radio-Television Belgium ) 

1:00 SWEDEN NOW, LITLRATURF 
TO POLITICS - I 

I Sept 4, ,10:45 p.m.) 

1:30 FELIX GREEN ON CHINA AND 
VIETNAM (Sept. 6, 10:15 p.m.) 

2:45 GERTRUDE LAWRENCE - A 
Remembrance (Sept. 4, 11:15 p.m.) 

3:30 MISCELLANY 



3:45 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
with Ellyn Beaty. (Sept. 16) 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - III 
— A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 CHINESE PRESS REVIEW, pre- 
pared by Jeanette Hermes, attorney 
doing reesarch in Chinese Law. 
(Sept. 13) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 13) 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Commentator to 
be announced. (Sept. 13) 

7:15 RENAISSANCE PLEASURE 
FAIRE: Ron and Phyllis Patterson 
with news, previews and pleasantries 
of the First Annual Renaissance 
Pleasure Faire and Ha'Penny Market 
which is being held in October as a 
benefit for KPFA. 

7:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 

U.N. with Betty Pilkington. 
(Sept. 13) 

8:00 ANTHONY BOUCHER presents 
one of this century's most silver 
tenors, Jussi Bjoerling (1911-1960), 



in the early 1930's when he was 
only a local celebrity, recording all 
operas and operettas in his native 
Swedish. ( Sept. 13 ) 

8:30 RESERVED TIME for short fea- 
tures, discussions and reviews of 
current interest. 

9:30 THE NEW JUDICIAL STATE - 
III — Control of Prices and People: 
John Kenneth Galbraith, professor 
of economics at Harvard University, 
continues the Reith lecture series. 
(BBC) 

10:00 FEINSTEIN AND MILESTONE: 
Film director Louis Milestone dis- 
cusses his long career of film mak- 
ing with Herbert Feinstein. 

10:30 NABC WORLD CONCERT - 

Prague Spring International Music 
Festival, 1967: 

Giovanni Gabrielli: Tre Canzoni 
Shostakovich: Symphony no. 9 
Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra 

Sergio Cellibidache, Czech Phil- 
harmonic Orchestra. 
(NABC) 

12:00 STRUCTURES with John Rock- 
well. 



13 



September 



Wednesday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 12) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

"Mendelssohn: Overture in C for 
winds. Moore, Oberlin College 
Band. KPFA tape (8) 

Schubert: Symphony no. 4 in c. 
Susskind, London Svmphony Orch. 
Mercury MG 50196 (27) 
Respighi: The Fountains of Rome. 
Sargent, London Symphony Orch. 
Everest LPBR 6051 (16) 
"Berio: Epifanie. Berberian; Rosbaud, 
SW German Radio 
RAI transcription ( 34 ) 
Respighi: The Pines of Rome 
Sargent, London Symphony Orch. 
(21) 

9:30 COMMENTARY (Sept. 12, 7 p.m.) 

9:45 CHINESE PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 12, 6:00 p.m.) 

10:00 JEEVES - I - Indian Summer of 
an Uncle: Terry Thomas and Roger 
Livesey, directed by Howard Sack- 
ler, in a dramatization of the story 
by P. G. Wodehouse. 
(Caedmon TC 1137S) 

10:30 GOLDEN VOICES 

(Sept. 12, 8:00 p.m.) 

11:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 

U.N. (Sept. 12, 7:30 p.m.) 



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11:30 THE WORLD OF STEPHEN 
LE ACOCK - XI: Continuing this 
anthology by John Drainie with ex- 
cerpts from The Iron Man and the 
Tin Woman (1929). The programs 
are produced by the Canadian 
Broadcasting Company. 

12:00 CONCERT: 

Beethoven: Sonata no. 2 in g for 
cello and piano, op. 5, no. 2 
Rostropovich, cello; Richter, piano 
Philips PHM 2-520 (28) 

Ravel: Quartet in F. Budapest Quar- 
tet. Columbia ML 4091 (28) 

Stravinsky: Suite from Petrouchka 
Stravinsky, N.Y. Philharmonic 
Columbia ML 4070 (15) 

1:15 FREE SPEECH AND THE 

NAVY: Rear Admiral Arnold True 
discusses with Elsa Knight Thomp- 
son his successful 4-month battle 
with the U.S. Navy arising out of 
his criticism of the Vietnam war. 
A veteran of 30 years service in the 
Navy, Admiral True retired in 1947 
and since that time has been a pro- 
fessor of meteorology at San Jose 
State College. 

1:30 A.N.T.A. SOUVENIRS - I 

(Sept. 5, 10:30 p.m.) 

2:15 COMMUNITY DISCUSSION 
PROJECT - FREEDOM OF EX- 
PRESSION AND THE RIGHT TO 
DISSENT (Sept. 5, 11:15 p.m.) 

3:30 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE - Flies 
and Greenflies (Sept. 9, 7:15 p.m.) 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - IV 
- The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill 



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4:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 5 

in D. Munclinger, Ars Rediviva 

Ensemble 

Crossroads 22 26 0003 (22) 
Debussy: Proses Lyriques. Teyte, 

soprano; Cortot, piano. 

Angel COLH 134 (18) 
Haydn: String Quartet in B flat, op. 

33, no. 4. Dekanv Quartet. 

VOX SVBX 556 (14) 
Cage: Aria with Fontana Mix 

Bergerian, soprano. 

Time 58003 (11) 
Vivaldi: Concerto in d for two vio- 
lins. Milstein, Morini, violins; 

Chamber orch. Angel 36006 (11) 
Mozart: Symphony no. 38 in D, K. 

504 ("The Prague"). Wand, Gur- 

zenreich Symphony Orchestra. 

Nonesuch H-1079 (17) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 14) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Steve Mur- 
dock, political editor and writer for 
the West Coast publication, The 
People's World. (Sept. 14) 

7:15 BLACK POWER ORIGINS -IV: 
A biography of Marcus Garvey, the 
immigrant from Jamaica who con- 
veyed his own supreme self-confi- 
dence to others and built an organ- 
ization bridging three continents. 
The program was produced by Ted 
Vincent. The in this series will be 
broadcast September 19. 

7:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip Elwood 
presents a program of Bennie Moten 
and his Kansas City Orchestra, fea- 
turing recordings from 1929-1932. 
(Sept. 15) 

8:30 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:30 MUSIC FROM THE UNIVER- 
SITY OF CALIFORNIA - Louise 
Parker, contralto: From a concert 
held July 21, 1967, under the aus- 
pices of the Committee for Arts and 
Lectures, we hear contralto Louise 
Parker, accompanied by pianist Na- 
than Schwartz, in a concert of 
songs from the 17th, 18th and 19th 
centuries. 
Purcell: If Music Be the Food of 

Love, When I Am Laid in Earth, 

Nymphs and Shepherds. 
Schubert: Suleika, Dass sie hier gew- 

esen, Die Krahe, Der Musensohn. 
Wolf: In der Fruhe, Fusriese, Um 

Mitternacht, Das Kohlerweib ist 

trunken. 
( Intermission ) 
Mahler: Icht atmet einen Linden- 

duft, Rheinlegendchen, Ich bin 

der Welt abhandegekommen, Das 

iridische Leben. 
Brahms: Der Tod, das ist die Kuhle 

Nacht, Auf dem See, Am Sonntag 

Morgen, Fruhlingstrost. 

11:15 CHILDREN ON THEIR BIRTH- 
DAYS: This short story is read by 
its author, Truman Capote. 
(Columbia ML 4761) (Sept. 18) 

12:00 COCONUT GROVE 



September 



Thursday 



14 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 13) 

7:30 TUESDAY-THURSDAY SLAVIC 
SERIES: 

"Dohnanyi: Symphonic Minutes, op. 

36. Graunke, Bavarian Symphony. 

Urania URLP 7066 

•Khatchaturian : Cello Concerto. 

Schafran; Kegel, Leipzig Radio 

Orch. DDR transcription (31) 

"Borodin: Symphony no. 1 in Eb. 

Graunke, Bavarian Sym. (38) 
Glazunov: Saxophone Concerto. 
Abato; Pickering, orch. 
Nonesuch 1030 (13) 
•Gorecki: Chocs. Pinter; Krenz, Po- 
lish Radio Orch. 
Polish transcription (15) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Steve Mur- 
dock. (Sept. 13, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 MISCELLANY 

10:00 JEEVES - II - Jeeves Takes 
Charge: Terry Thomas and Roger 
Livesey, directed by Howard Sack- 
ler, in a dramatization of the story 
by P. G. Wodehouse. 
(CaedmonTC 1137S) 

10:30 CONSUMER PROTECTION 
(Sept. 14, 7:15 p.m.) 

10:45 ITS ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick, 
management consultant, on the 
world of economics, business and 
money. (KPFK) 

11:00 DRAFT RESISTANCE 
(Sept. 10, 9:00 p.m.) 

12:00 AN [AFTERNOON] WITH JOHN 
CAGE (Sept. 7, 9:00 p.m.) 

2:00 EXISTENTIALISM AND MOD- 
ERN MORALITY - Camus and the 
Dilemmas of Modern Man: Dr. 
Frederick Mayer, educator-philoso- 
pher, concludes this series of talks. 
(KPFK) 

2:30 THE POETRY OF TURKEY 
(Sept. 8, 11:30 p.m.) 

3:00 THE SCHOOL TODAY - USE, 
MISUSE AND NO USE OF 
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS 
(Sept. 8, 10:00 p.m.) 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - V 
-» Advice from a Caterpillar 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Albinoni -.Concerto a cinque in C, op. 

5, no. 12. Witold, Sinfonia Instru- 
mental Ensemble. 

Nonesuch H-1005 (10) 
Feldman : Durations. 

Hammond, flute; Butterfield, tuba, 

Tudor, piano; Kraus, vibraphone; 

Raimondi, violin; Soyer, cello. 

Time S/8007 (29) 
Haydn: Piano Sonata no. 22 in E. 

Kyriakou, piano 

VOX SVBX 574 (12) 
Schumann: Sechs Gedichte, op. 90 

Souzay, baritone; Baldwin, piano 

Epic LC 3747 (14) 
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 6 

in B flat. 

Munclinger, Ars Rediviva Ens. 

Crossroads 22 26 0003 (19) 



6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 
Joe Agos. (Sept. 15) 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 15) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by J. E. Pourn- 
elle, associate professor of history 
and political science at Pepperdine 
College in Los Angeles. 
(KPFK) (Sept. 15) 

7:15 CONSUMER PROTECTION with 
John Hopkins, education assistant 
for the Consumer's Cooperative. 

7:30 SOUNDS OUR FATHERS 
HEARD - Bert Williams: Continu- 
ing Byron Bryant's series of voices 
from the many early recordings in 
his collection. (Sept. 15) 

8:00 CURRENT CINEMA is explored 
by Claire Clouzot. (Sept. 15) 

8:30 THE NEW INDUSTRIAL STATE 
- IV - The Role' of the State: John 
Kenneth Galbraith, professor of eco- 
nomics at Harvard University, con- 
tinues the Reith Lecture series. 
(BBC) 

9:00 TWENTIETH CENTURY BEL- 
GIAN MUSIC: 
de Meester: Choir (3), Electronic 

Suite (musique concrete) (9) 
Pousseur: Rhymes for various sound 

media (11) (Belgian transcription) 

9:30 A STRATEGY OF DISRUPTION: 
Accepting our social system more or 
less as is, and accepting also the 
present racist character of the United 
States, Richard Cloward of the 
School of Social Work of Columbia 
University looks for ways in which 
the poor — and especially the minor- 
ity, ghettoized poor — might find a 
degree of political and economic 
power that they now lack. Paul 
Jacobs and other staff members of 
the Center for the Study of Demo- 
cratic Institutions join in the dis- 
cussion. ( CSDI ) 

10:30 CANDLELIGHT AND BRINE: 
Jerry Friedman and Susan Levin in 
a pop-up edition of some of their 
better pieces. (Sept. 22) 

11:00 THE RUSSIAN FOLK INSTRU- 
MENT ORCHESTRA - III: Rus- 
sian folk music for the psaltry, reed 
pipes, and balalaika, introduced by 
Lawrence Jackson. (Sept. 18) 

11:30 CONVERSATIONS ON ASIAN 
DANCE - II - Ceylon: Renee Re- 
nouf continues her series with guest 
Myra Rigor. 

12:00 JURA-PARIS ROAD with Charles 
Shere. 




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September 
Friday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS 

7:30 CONCERT: 

°Irino: Double Concerto for piano 

and violin. Toshiya & Reiko Eto; 

Ozawa, Tokyo orch. 

NHK transcription (18) 
•Janacek: Sextet, Mladi ("Youth") 

Prague Wind Ensemble 

Mercury MG 15009 (16) 
"Sibelius: Quartet in Bb, op. 4 

Finnish Ens. 

Finnish transcription (29) 
°Moroi: Composition for chamber 

orch.: Ode to Schoenberg, op. 26. 

Ozawa, Tokyo orchestra (5) 
"Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique 

Fourestier, Cento Soli Orch. 

Omega OSL-9 (45) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by J. E. Pourn- 
elle. (Sept. 14, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 
PROSE 

10:00 THE POETRY OF DRYDEN read 
by Paul Scofield. 
(Caedmon TC 1125) 

10:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 
(Sept. 14, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:00 SOUNDS OUR FATHERS 
HEARD (Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 CURRENT CINEMA 
(Sept. 14, 8:00 p.m.) 

12:00 BELGIAN CHAMBER MUSIC - 

Belgian Society of Wind Instru- 
ments: 
Farkas: Five Hungarian Dances of 

the 17th Century 
Mozart: Cassazione 

( Belgian transcription ) 

12:30 HANNAH ARENDT 
(Sept. 9, 9:00 p.m.) 

1:30 BACH: Prelude and Fugue in E 
flat ("St. Anne"). Biggs, organ. 
Columbia MS 6747 

1:45 RUSSIAN POETRY IN TRANS- 
LATION - II & III 

(Sept. 7, 11:00 p.m.) 

3:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES 
(Sept. 13, 7:45 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - IV 
— Pig and Pepper 



- '\ 




4:30 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MAS- 
TERS presented by Frank de Bellis: 
Manfredini: Concerto in a minor, 

op. 3, no. 2. I Musici 
Frescobaldi: Canzona Prima. Wolfe, 

harpsichord 
Monteverdi: "Chi vuol haver felice". 

Deller Consort 
Bonporti: Concerto a Quattro in F, 

op. 11, no 5. Michelucci, violin; 

I Musici 
Boccherini: Piano Quintet in d mi- 
nor, no. 4. Chigi Quintet. 
Cimarosa: Giannina e Bernardone 

Overture. Italian Radio Symphony 

Orchestra; Tansini. 
Selmi: Giorno di Festa. Selmi, cello. 
Respighi: Brazilian Impressions. Col- 

onne Concert Orch.; Sebastian. 

6:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT prepared by Aditya Mukerji, 
graduate student in economcs at San 
Francisco State College. (Sept. 16) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY by George 
Brunn, Judge of the Berkeley-Al- 
bany Municipal Court. (Sept. 16) 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER by 
KPFA's station manager, Alfred Par- 
tridge. (Sept. 17) 

7:30 THE PRAISE OF FOLLY - I - 
by Desiderius Erasmus. Folly Her- 
self is performed by Beryl Grafton 
and the Letter of Dedication from 
Erasmus to Thomas More is read by 
Peter McDonald. This is the first of 
four parts; the second part will be 
broadcast September 16. 



8:00 OPEN HOUR for time public af- 
fairs coverage. 

•9:00 A CONCERT FROM THE SAN 
FRANCISCO CONSERVATORY: 
The Conservatory Artists Ensemble, 
with Stuart Dempster, trombonist, 
and Milton Williams, baritone, in a 
concert recorded May 24, 1967. 
Salvatore Martirano: Ballad (13) 
Barney Childs: Music for trombone 

and piano ( 10 ) 
Pauline Oliveros: Theater piece for 

trombone player and tape ( 19 ) 
Andrew Imbrie: Three sketches for 

trombone and piano (10) 
Terry Riley: For Ann (10) 

10:15 POLITICAL PRISONERS IN 
LATIN AMERICA: Robert Lagston 
and Mary Maisell of the U.S. Com- 
mittee for Justice to Latin American 
Political prisoners discuss political 
dissent and repression in Peru, Mex- 
ico and Bolivia. The interviewer is 
Al Silbowitz. (Sept. 19) 

11:00 KENNETH REXROTH begins a 
new bi-weekly series of his latest 
autobiography. 

11:30 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
CASEY, CRIME PHOTOGRA- 
PHER? Staats Cotsworth, who origi- 
nated the title role, and John Gib- 
son, who player "Ethelbert" the 
bartender, talk with Richard Lam- 
parski about the Golden Days of 
Radio. Lamparski tries to get tips 
from "Casey" for the photo on the 
jacket of his new book which is 
due next spring. (WBAI) 

12:00 LATE-NIGHT CLASSICAL 
MUSIC 




September 



Saturday 



8:00 SATURDAY MORNING OPERA 
CO.: A double bill this morning, with 
Mozart's Bastien und Bastienne lead- 
ing off (Stolte, Schreier, Adam, 
Koch, DGG 139 215), and the 
place of honor occupied by Offen- 
bach's Grande Duchesse de GeroU 
stein (Zareska, Prevet, Dran, Riley, 
Lacour, and Mollien; Leibowitz, Pas- 
deloup Orchestra: Urania 115). 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
(Sept. 12, 3:45 p.m.) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by George Brunn. 
(Sept. 15, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT (Sept. 15, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:15 BOOKS with Kennoth Rexroth. 

11:45 RAVEL: Daphnis and Chloe Suite 
no. 2. Haitink, Concertgebouw Orch. 
Philips PHM 500-025 

12:00 PAUL JACOBS ON ISRAEL: Mr. 
Jacobs, well-known writer and lec- 
turer, had just returned from three 
weeks in Israel when he gave this 



talk on Sproul Hall steps on the Uni- 
versity of California's Berkeley 
campus July 19, 1967. He spoke 
under the auspices of the American 
Friends of a Progressive Middle 
East. The program was heard on 
Open Hour July 19. (Sept. 19) 

•1:00 A CONCERT BY THE MEL- 
BOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHES- 
TRA: After its successful appear- 
ance at Expo '67 in Montreal, the 
Melbourne Symphony made its U.S. 
debut under its permanent conduc- 
tor, Willem Van Otterloo, at the 
Masonic Auditorium in San Fran- 
cisco on June 10, 1967. The con- 
cert was recorded for KPFA, with 
the kind cooperation of the A. B.C., 
by Educational Broadcasting Associ- 
ates. 

Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in E- 
flat. K. 297b 

Peter Sculthorpe: Sun Music TV 
Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D, op. 
73. 

Mozart: Overture to The Marriage 
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2:45 POOR DIET IN PREGNANCY - 
CAUSE OF TOXEMIA? A panel 
discussion with Dr. Howard Jacob- 
son, associate professor of obstetrics 
at the University of California Medi- 
cal Center; Dr. Tom Brewer, ob- 
stetrician at the Richmond Health 
Clinic and author of Metabolic Tox- 
emia of Late Pregnancy: A Disease 
of Malnutrition; Dr. Ruth Stein- 
kamp, medical consultant for the 
Bureau of Nutrition, State of Cali- 
fornia; and Dr. Robert Nelson, who 
has a private practice in obstetrics 
and also works with the Highland 
Medical Clinic. The moderator is 
Lou Hartman. (Sept. 20) 

4:00 THE PLAYBOY OF THE WEST- 
ERN WORLD by John Millington 
Synge. This Cyril Cusack Production 
of the three-act comedy was re- 
corded in Dublin and features the 
following cast: 

Christopher Mahon Cyril Cusack 

Margaret Flaherty 

Siobhan McKenna 

Shawn Keogh Thomas Studley 

Michael James Flaherty 

Seamus Kavanagh 

Jimmy Farrell Milo O'Shea 

Sara Tansey Maureen Cusack 

(Seraphim IB6013) 



6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Gerald Fei- 
gen, newspaper and magazine writer 
and physician. (Sept. 17) 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (Sept. 18). 

7:15 MUSIC FROM THE UNIVER- 
SITY OF CALIFORNIA: We pre- 
sent this evening the University of 
California Orchestra, Michatel Sen- 
turia, conductor, in a concert of 
music by Beethoven and four stu- 
dent composers. The concert was 
given originally in May, 1964. 

Beethoven: Overture to "Coriolan" , 
op. 62 

David Chaitkin: Music for Orchestra 
—first movement. 

John Pemberton: Piece for Orchestra 

John Thomas: 1963 

Peter Winkler: Four Excerpts for 
Orchestra 

Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 2 in 
B flat, op. 19. Barbara Strunk, 
piano 

Beethoven: Symphony no. 4 in B 
flat, op. 60 



9:00 RACE AND EDUCATION IN 
RICHMOND: Three Negro stu- 
dents, seniors at Richmond High 
School, discuss the disturbances 
which took place there last spring 
and the constructive steps which 
have been taken to improve the 
situation. The interviewer is Al Sil- 
bowitz. 

9:30 THE PRAISE OF FOLLY - II by 
Desiderius Erasmus. Folly Herself 
is performed by Beryl Grafton. The 
third program will be broadcast to- 
morrow evening. 

10:00 THE SINISTER POTATO with 
Rosalie Sorrels and friends. 
(Sept. 21) 

11:00 MEHER BABA: Rick Chapman, 
who recently returned from India 
where he made an intensive in-the- 
field study of Indian religion and 
philosophy, particularly the teach- 
ings of Meher Baba, talks with Elsa 
Knight Thompson. ( Sept. 19 ) 

12:00 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ with Dan 
McClosky. 



A gift subscription to a friend is 
also o gift to KPFA. 



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Sunday 



8:00 CONCERT: 

Marcello: Concerto in c. Pierlot; 
Paillard, ens. MHS 552 (12) 

Schubert: Rosamunde, op. 26. 
Walter, Columbia Symphony 
Columbia ML 5156 (20) 

Dowland: The First Book of Ayres 
Cape, Brussels Pro Musica An- 
tiqua. Dover HCR 5220 (52) 

Schubert: Symphony no. 5 in Bb 
Walter, Columbia Symphony (26) 

10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
(Sept. 15, 7:15 p.m.) 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Gerald Fei- 
gen. (Sept. 16, 6:15 p.m.) 

10:30 JEWISH FOLKLORE: Yiddish 
folk tales and anecdotes read in Eng- 
lish by Lila Hassid. Yiddish originals 
are read by Louis Scott. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood. 

1:00 ONE DROP CAN KILL: Seymour 
M. Hersh, former Associated Press 
correspondent at the Pentagon, dis- 
cusses with Lou Hartman and Elsa 
Knight Thompson the secret work 
being done by the United States on 
germ warfare. This program was 
heard on Open Hour June 28. 
(Sept. 22) 

2:15 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
"BUFFALO BOB SMITH?" In a 
remote broadcast from Doodyville, 
Richard Lamparski talks with the 
man who was the nation's Number 
One Kiddie Entertainer from 1947 
to 1967, when "Howdy Doody" 
went off NBC-TV. Together they 



recall Princess Summerfallwinter- 
spring, Clarabell, Cornelius J. Cobb, 
Flub-a-dub, John J. Fadozle, Phinius 
T. Bluster, Dilly-dally and the pup- 
pet's 1947 Presidential campaign. 
(WBAI) 

3:00 MOZART: Le Nozze di Figaro 
Countess Almaviva.... Lisa della Casa 

Cherubino Suzanne Danco 

Susanna Hilde Gueden 

Count Almaviva Alfred Poell 

Figaro Cesare Siepi 

Barbarina Anny Felbermayer 

Marcellina Hilde Rossel-Majdan 

Don Basilio Murray Dickie 

Don Curzio ....Hugo Meyer-Welf-ng 

Antonio Harald Proglhof 

Vienna State Opera Chorus, Vi- 
enna Philharmonic Orch. Erich 
Kleiber. London 4407 

Presented by ohn Rockwell 



6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 18) 
6:45 COMMENTARY by Lewis F. 
Sherman, Berkeley attorney and Re- 
publican State Senator from the 8th 
district. (Sept. 18) 

7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 19) 

7:15 MY WORD! The BBC word game. 

7:45 FROM THE VIN ET FROMAGE 
— III: Continuing the summer series 
of concerts, in which all the chamber 
works of J. S. Bach were performed, 



we present Linda Ashworth and 

Jean Williams, violins; Richard Fen- 

ner, cello; and Laurette Goldberg, 

harpsichord. 

Sonata no. 4 in c for violin and 
harpsichord, S. 1017. Linda Ash- 
worth, violin 

Partita no. 6 in E for unaccompanied 
violin, S. 1006. Linda Ashworth, 
violin 

Trio Sonata in d for two violins and 
continuo 

8:45 THE PRAISE OF FOLLY-III by 
Desiderius Erasmus. Beryl Grafton 
performs Folly Herself. 

9:15 A CONCERT OF RENAISSANCE 
MUSIC: 

Claude Lejeune: Six Songs 
Kreder Ensemble 
Nonesuch H-1001 

9:30 THE PRAISE OF FOLLY - IV: 
This is the final installment. 

10:00 THE BEST OF THE WBAI 
MARATHON - 1967: A two-hour 
distillation of the 179-hour WBAI 
( New York ) marathon, featuring 
performers John Henry Faulk, Arlo 
Guthrie, The Mitchell Trio, Tom 
Paxton, actors Tony Randall and 
Robert Ryan, and singer Tiny Tim. 
WBAI's phone number is repeated 
endlessly by Chris Albertson, Bob 
Fass, Larry Josephson, Richard Lam- 
parski, Frank Millspaugh, Dale Mi- 
nor and Steve Post. If you wish to 
pledge money to WBAI, please use 
the area code, 212, and wait till to- 
morrow morning. ( 2 hrs. ) 



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Monday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 17) 

7:15 FEEDBACK with Lou Hartman. 

7:30 CONCERT OF SOBER MUSIC: 
Hindemith: Symphonic Metamor- 
phoses. Furtwangler, Berlin Phil- 
harmonic. DGG LPM 18 857 (23) 
Krenek: Lamentatio Jeremiae Pro- 
phetae. Voorberg, Dutch a capella 
choir. 

Barenreiter 30 L 1303/04 (70) 
Strauss: Metamorphosen 

Furtwangler, Berlin Philharmonic 
(23) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Lewis F. 
Sherman. (Sept. 17, 6:45 p.m.) 

9:45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (Sept. 16, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 MOTHER GOOSE: Cyril Ritchard, 
Celeste Holm and Boris Karloff read 
the rhymes with music composed 
by Hershy Kay. (Caedmon TC 1091) 

10:30 FROM THE MIDWAY: James 
O'Reilly, director of the University 
of Chicago's University Theatre, and 
and Dr. Roderick Childers, assistant 
professor of medicine at the Univer- 
sity, discuss Brendan Behan. Dr. 
Childers was Behan's friend and 
personal physician in Dublin. This 
series comes to us from the Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 

11:30 CONCERT: 

Beethoven: Sonata no. 1 in F, op. 
5, no. 1. Rostropovich, cello; Rich- 
ter, piano. 
Phillips PHM 2-520 (23) 

Schonberg: 15 Gedichte aus "Das 
Bitch der Hangenden Garten." 
Hinnenberg-Lefebre, soprano; Ro- 
loff, piano. DGG 16129LP (26) 

12:30 WHAT KIND OF CITY DO WE 
WANT? (Sept. 11, 11:15 p.m.) 

1:00 CHILDREN ON THEIR BIRTH- 
DAYS (Sept. 13, 11:15 p.m.) 

2:00 THE RUSSIAN FOLK INSTRU- 
MENT ORCHESTRA - III 
(Sept. 14, 11:00 p.m.) 

2:30 THE CONDITION OF JEWISH 
BELIEF - III: Today's contributor 
is Dr. Ira Eisenstein, president of 
the Jewish Reconstructionist Foun- 
dation. (WBAI) 

2:45 MISCELLANY 

3:00 TEENS ASK WHY: Arlene Mont- 
gomery and Howard Radest serve 
as moderators for separate panels of 
teenagers— one from Orange County, 
the other from the city of Los An- 
geles—probing youthful values of 
our times. ( KPFK ) 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - IV 
— A Mad Tea Party 

4:30 INDIAN STORIES with Jaime de 
Angulo. 



4:45 CONCERT: 

Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 20 in d, 
K. 466. Kraus, piano; Simon, Vi- 
nna Festival Orchestra. 
Epic SC 6054 (30) 

Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch 17- 
32. Berger, soprano; Prey, bari- 
tone; Weissenbom, piano. 
VOX LDL 532 (24) 

Bach: Concerto in A for harpsichord. 
Veyron-Lacroix, harpsichord; Pail- 
lard Chamber Orchestra. 
Westminster XWN 19017 (17) 

Lantz: Alpha. Joseph, soprano; Pol- 
lisar, clarinet; Anthony, piano. 
KPFA Tape (12) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 19) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by William Win- 
ter, political analyst. 
(KPFK) (Sept. 19) 



7:15 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, au- 
thority on the U.S.S.R. (Sept. 19) 

7:30 WHERE ITS AT in the art scene. 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:00 STOCKHAUSEN RETROSPEC- 
TIVE - VI: The second part of a 
talk given by the composer in 1964 
at the University of Pennsylvania, 
and a performance of Refrain for 
three performers. ( Sept. 27 ) 

10:00 TELL ME A RIDDLE: The 
O'Henry Award storv of 1961 is read 
by its author, Tillie Olsen. This 
reading is from the Lamont Poetry 
collection, Lamont Library, Harvard. 
(Sept. 28) 

11:45 KING BISCUIT WEST with 
Michael Chechik and ED Denson. 



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Tuesday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 18) 

7:30 TUESDAY-THURSDAY SLAVIC 

SERIES: 
"Sikorski: Prologues. Kuklewicz, War- 
saw Phil. 
Polish transcription (7) 

Shostakovich: From Jewish Folk 
Poetry. Dorlyak, Dolukhanova, 
Masslenikov, Shostakovich, piano. 
Monitor MC 2020 (24) 
°Rudzinski: Contra Fidem. Stryja, 
Silesian Philharmonic. 
Polish transcription (7) 

Shostakovitch: Concertino for 2 pi- 
anos. Maxim and Dimitri Shosta- 
kovitch. Monitor MC 2040 (8) 

Tchaikovsky: Soulvenir of Florence, 
op. 70. Kogan, Gilels, Barshai, Ta- 
lalian, Knushevitzky, Rostropo- 
vich. Monitor MC 2019 (37) 

Handoshkin: Variations on a Rus- 
sian theme. Kogan, Rostropovich. 
Monitor MC 2019 (10) 
"Gorecki: Chows. Stryja, Silesian 
Philharmonic ( 14 ) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by William Win- 
ter. (Sept. 18, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 17, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS 
reading his poems. 
(Caedmon TC 1047) 

10:30 CUSINE BOURGEOISE: Sasha 
Shor presents another session on 
French Cooking. His guest is Mary 
Martin. (KPFK) 



11:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS (Sept. 18, 7:15 p.m.) 

11:15 WELFARE CHECK with Audrey 
Rawitscher, M.S.W. (KPFK) 

11:30 BLACK POWER ORIGINS - V: 
Ted Vincent discusses Cyril V. 
Briggs, founder of the Marxist "Afri- 
can Blood Brotherhood" of the 
1920's, who later became a Com- 
munist Party member and recently 
has been active in Black Power 
circles. The next program in this 
series will be broadcast Sept. 22. 

12:00 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 
PERFORMERS, featuring Aimee 
van de Wiele, harpsichordist, per- 
forming works by John Bull, Purcell, 
Couperin, Ramaeu and Scarlatti. 
( Belgian transcription ) 

12:30 POLITICAL PRISONERS IN 
LATIN AMERICA 
(Sept. 15, 10:15 p.m.) 

1:00 IVES: Sonata no. 2 for violin and 
piano. Druian, violin; Simms, piano. 
Philips PHC 2-002 

1:15 PAUL JACOBS ON ISRAEL 
(Sept. 16, 12:00 noon) 

2:00 THE RUSSIAN FOLK INSTRU- 
MENT ORCHESTRA - IV: Law- 
rence Jackson introduces the final 
program in this series. We hear two 
traditional works and compositions 
by Aleksandr Ivanov-Kramskoi and 
Anton Arensky. 

2:30 MEHER BABA (Sept. 16, 11 p.m.) 

3:30 MISCELLANY 



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3:45 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
(Sept. 23) 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - 
VIII — The Queen's Croquet Ground 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW pre- 
pared by Harold Reynolds, graduate 
student in German at San Francisco 
State College. (Sept. 20) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 20) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Sidney Roger, 
Bay Area journalist specializing in 
labor affairs. (Sept. 20) 

7:15 RENAISSANCE PLEASURE 
FAIRE: Ron and Phyllis Patterson 
with news, previews and pleasantries 
of the First Annual Renaissance 
Pleasure Faire and Ha'Penny Market 
which is being held in October as a 
benefit for KPFA. 

7:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. with Betty Pilkington. 
(WBAI) (Sept. 20) 



8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony 
Boucher presents the skillful Cata- 
lonian coloratura soprano, Josefina 
Huguet (1871-1951), in operatic 
recordings of 60 years ago. (Sept. 20) 

8:30 THE NEW INDUSTRIAL STATE 
— V — The Bearing on Socialist De- 
velopment: John Kenneth Galbraith, 
professor of economics at Harvard 
University, continues the Reith Lec- 
ture series. (BBC) 

9:00 NABC WORLD CONCERT - 

Prague Spring International Musk- 
Festival, 1967: From a concert given 
in Smetna Hall, Prague, by the 
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, con- 
ducted by Karl Ancerl, we hear: 
Prokofiev: Piano Concerto no. 1 
Shostakovich: Symphony no. 1 in f, 
op. 10. 

9:45 IS HISTORY OUT OF CON- 
TROL? Historically more people 
have died during wars from famine 
and disease than from weapons. Now 
for the first time the situation is 
reversed. Yet man, the most adapt- 
able of all the animal species, ap- 
pears unable to change swiftly 
enough to adapt to this new phase 



in our culture, which requires a 
world without war. A talk by Dr. 
Jerome Frank, professor of psychia- 
try at Johns Hopkins University, is 
followed by an exchange with Robert 
M. Hutchins, Chairman for the Cen- 
ter for the Study of Democratic 
Institutions. (CSDI) 

10:30 A.N.T.A. SOUVENIRS -II: The 
second and final program of scenes 
from American National Theatre and 
Academy productions. On this pro- 
gram the scenes include Katherine 
Cornell and Brian Aherne in The 
Barretts of Wimpole Street, Tallulah 
Bankhead, Kent Smith and Eugenia 
Rawls in The Little Foxes, Henry 
Fonda, Julie Harris and Marc Con- 
nelly in The Farmer Takes A Wife, 
and Dame Edith Evans, Torin 
Thatcher and Ivan Simpson in The 
Sea Cull. (Decca DL 9009) 
(Sept. 29) 

11:15 AN ANTI-ZIONIST VIEW: Dr. 
Norton Mezvinsky, executive direc- 
tor of the American Council for 
Judaism, talks with Elsa Knight 
Thompson. (Sept. 25) 

12:00 STRUCTURES with John Rock- 
well. 



September 



Wednesday 




7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 19) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Mozart: Offertorium, K. 72. Stern- 
berg; Salzburg Mozarteum. 
Dover HCR 5244 (5) 

Schubert: Symphony no. 6 in C. 
Scherchen, Vienna State Opera 
Orch. Parliament PLP 141 (32) 

Mozart: Kyrie in d, K. 341. Stern- 
berg, Salzburg Mozarteum ( 8 ) 

von Einem: Piano Concerto, op. 20. 
Herzog; Fricsay, Berlin Radio 
Orch. DGG LPM 18 759 (21) 

Schutz: Motet, Die Worte. Grisch- 
kat, Stutteart Choral Soc. 
Dover HCR 5244 (6) 

Bartok: Violin Concerto. Gitlis; Hor- 
enstein, Vienna Pro Musica. 
Dover HCR 5211 (35) 

Schutz: Motet, Ich weiss. Grischkat, 
Stuttgart Choral Soc. (8) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Sidney Roger. 
(Sept. 19, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 19, 6:00 p.m.) 

10:00 ABRAHAM AND ISAAC: A fif- 
teenth-century drama, directed by 
Howard Sackler. (Caedmon TC1030) 

10:30 GOLDEN VOICES 
(Sept. 19, 8:00 p.m.) 

11:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. (Sept. 19, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 THE WORLD OF STEPHEN 
LE ACOCK - XII: We continue 
John Drainie's 13-part anthology 
with excerpts from Model Memoirs 
(1938) and Too Much College (1939) 



12:00 BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata no. 4 
in E flat, op. 7. Gieseking, piano. 
Angel 35655 

12:30 POOR DIET IN PREGNANCY - 
CAUSE OF TOXEMIA? 
(Sept. 16, 2:45 p.m.) 

1:30 STOCKHAUSEN RETROSPEC- 
TIVE - IV (Sept. 4, 9:00 p.m.) 

2:30 THE GRADUATE, ON LOCA- 
TION - I (Sept. 11, 10:00 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - IX 

— The Mock Turtle's Story 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Haydn: Piano Sonata no. 23 in F. 

Kyriakou, piano. 

VOX SVBX 574 (15) 

Schumann: Kerner Lieder, op. 35. 
Prey, baritone; Engel, piano. 
VOX SLDL 5562 (34) 

Joseph Byrd: Water Music for per- 
cussion and tape. Newhaus, per- 
cussion. KPFA tape (11) 

Mozart: Symphony no. 41 in C, K. 
551. Szell, Cleveland Orchestra. 
Epic LC 3287 (27) 

Lantz: Songs of Sappho. Dudley, 
soprano. KPFA tape (5) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 21) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Father Eu- 
gene Boyle. (Sept. 21) 

7:15 COMMENTARY by Nicholas Pe- 
tris, Democratic State Senator from 
the 11th district. (Sept. 21) 



7:30 CONSERVATION REPORT with 
Kittie A. Brodsky. (Sept. 21) 

7:45 MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip 
Elwood presents a program on saxo- 
phonist Jackie McLean. (Sept. 22) 

8:30 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:30 JULIUS CAESAR by William 
Shakespeare. This Mercury Theatre 
Production, directed by Orson 
Welles, includes the following cast: 

Julius Caesar Edgar Barrier 

Marcus Antonius Orson Welles 

Marcus Brutus George Coulouris 

Cains Cassius Orson Welles 

Casca Everett Sloane 

Flavius J. Arthur Kennedy 

Calpurnia Anna Stafford 

(Columbia Entre EL 52) 

•11:00 MUSIC FROM THE UNIVER- 
SITY OF CALIFORNIA: 

Verdi: Requiem Mass 

Ruth Onstadt, soprano; Miriam 
Abromowitsch, mezzo-soprano; 
Rico Serbio, tenor; Allen Shearer, 
bass; Michael Senturia, University 
Chorus and Orchestra, 
(originally performed May, 1966) 

12:15 COCONUT GROVE 




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7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 20) 

7:30 TUESDAY-THURSDAY SLAVIC 

SERIES: 

Tchaikovsky: Suite no. 3 in G, op. 
55. Scherman, Little Orchestra So- 
ciety. Columbia ML 5256 (37) 

Shostakovitch : Violin Concerto, op. 
99. Oistrakh; Mravinsky, Lenin- 
grad Phil. Monitor MC 2014 (36) 

Tchaikovsky: Grand Sonata, op. 37. 
Sviatoslav Richter, piano. 
Monitor MC 2034 (31) 
"Lutoslawski: Cinq Chants. 

Szostek-Radkowa; Krenz, Polish 
ens. Polish transcription (11) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Father Eu- 
gene Boyle. (Sept. 20, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 COMMENTARY by Nicholas Pe- 
tris. (Sept. 20, 7:15 p.m.) 

10:00 THE POETRY OF KEATS read 
by Sir Ralph Richardson. 
(Caedmon TC 1087) 

10:30 CONSERVATION REPORT 
(Sept. 20, 7:30 p.m.) 

10:45 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick, 

management consultant, discourses 
on the world of economics, business 
and money. ( KPFK ) 

11:00 U.S. POLICY IN SOUTHEAST 
ASIA (Sept. 9, 2:30 p.m.) 

12:15 STRAUSS: Don Quixote, op. 35. 
Fournier, cello; Skernick, viola; Szell, 
Cleveland Orchestra. 
Epic LC 3786 

1:00 THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE 
(Sept. 10, 10:00 p.m.) 

2:45 THE SINISTER POTATO 
(Sept. 16, 10:00 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 ALICE I NWONDERLAND - X 
— The Lobster Quadrille 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Haydn: String Quartet in G, op. 1, 

no. 4. Dekany Quartet. 

VOX SVBX 556 (17) 
Schubert: Ten Songs. Streich, so- 
prano; Werba, piano. 

DGG DGM 12030 (26) 
Moran: Afternoon of Dracula. 

Moran, piano with taped sounds. 

KPFA Tape ( 12 ) 
Beethoven: String Quartet in c sharp, 

op. 131. Vegh Quartet. 

Haydn Society HSQ-48 (36) 

6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 
Joe Agos. (Sept. 22) 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 22) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Brian Shan- 
non, member of the Socialist Work- 
ers Party. (Sept. 22) 

7:15 RENAISSANCE PLEASURE 
FAIRE: Ron and Phyllis Patterson 
tell you more about the Renaissance 
Pleasure Faire and Ha'Penny Mar- 
ket, which will be held as a KPFA 
benefit in October. 



7:30 THE ARTIST: Fred Martin intro- 
duces a Bay Area artist to the KPFA 
audience. (Sept. 22) 

8:00 WHERE IT'S AT: Reviews and 
interviews about current shows and 
performances in the arts. 

8:30 OPEN HOUR for timely public af- 
fairs programs. 

9:30 OPERATIC ARIAS SUNG BY 
TAMARA MILASHKINA: Lawrence 
Jackson presents one of the foremost 
soloists of the Bolshoi Theatre in a 
program of arias by Verdi and 
Tchaikovsky. 



10:45 WORKING FOR THE UNIVER- 
SITY: Marjorie Green and Kathy 
McKim, president and vice-president 
respectively of a recendy-formed 
union of non-academic employees on 
the Berkeley campus of the Univer- 
sity of California, talk with Don 
Porsche. (Sept. 26) 

11:15 SWEDEN NOW, LITERATURE 
TO POLITICS -II: Juris Svendsen 
and Lief Zern discuss the work of 
Ingmar Bergman. (Sept. 26) 

12:00 JURA-PARIS ROAD with Charles 
Shere. 



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Friday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 21) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

° Paine: Symphony no. 1 in c. Krue- 

ger, American Arts Orchestra. 

KPFA Tape (41) 
"Erickson: Chamber Concerto. 

Shapey; Hartt Chamber Players. 

Univ. Illinois tape (21) 
"Bialas: 7m Anfang. Voorberg; de 

Klerk, Hilversum chorus. 

Barenreiter 30 L 1308 (53) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Brian Shan- 
non. (Sept. 21, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 
PROSE 

10:00 THE FLOWERS OF ST. FRAN- 
CIS: The chronicles of the Saint's 
life, read by Cyril Cusack. 
(Caedmon TC 1112) 

10:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 
(Sept. 21, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:00 THE ARTIST (Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 BLACK POWER ORIGINS - VI: 
Ted Vincent discusses Hubert H. 
Harrison, a socialist Garveyite and 
leader of the Harlem Renaissance; 
and Samuel A. Haynes, a Garveyite 
columnist with a note-worthy social 
sciousness. The next program in this 
series will be broadcast Sept. 27. 

11:45 MAHLER: Symphony no. 9. 
Walter, Columbia Symphony 
Columbia M2L 276 

1:15 ONE DROP CAN KILL 
(Sept. 17, 1:00 p.m.) 

2:30 CANDLELIGHT AND BRINE 
(Sept. 14, 10:30 p.m.) 

3:00 MODERN JAZZ SCENE 

(Sept. 20, 7:45 p.m.) 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - XI 

- Who Stole the Tarts? 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW pre- 
pared by Richard Lock, former resi- 



dent and teacher in Japan now doing 
graduate work at the University of 
California, Berkeley. (Sept. 23) 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Robert 
Pickus, founder of the World With- 
out War Council. ( Sept. 23 ) 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER by 
Alfred Partridge. (Sept. 24) 

7:30 MESSIAEN: Le Banquet Celeste; 
Les Bergers. Dupre, organ. 
Mercury MG50231 

7:45 THE NEW INDUSTRIAL STATE 
— VI — The Cultural Impact: John 
Kenneth Galbraith, professor of eco- 
nomics at Harvard University, con- 
cludes the Reith Lecture series. 
(BBC) 

8:15 MISCELLANY 

8:30 KPFA BENEFIT CONCERT - 
Julian White, pianist: Tonight's con- 
cert by the well-known Berkeley 
pianist will be held at the Berkeley 
Little Theatre, Allston Way between 
Grove and Milvia, at 8:30 p.m. 
Tickets may be reserved by tele- 
phoning the station. 
The program will be: 
D. Scarlatti: Sonata in b 
Haydn: Sonata in A flat 
Brahms: Intermezzo in A, op. 76. 
no. 6. Capriccio in C, op. 76, no 8. 
Bartok: Elegy no. 2, op. 86 
Hindemith: Introduction and Song 
Schubert: Fantasy in C ("Wan- 
derer" ) 

10:30 JOYCE CAREY: A radio portrait 
introduced by Arthur Calder-Mar- 
shall. (BBC) 

11:00 ESCAPE! Anthony Boucher re- 
views new mystery and science-fic- 
tion publications. (Sept. 25) 

11:30 THE GOLDEN NOTE: A pro- 
gram of Negro poetry devised by 
Rosey Pool. (BBC) 

12:00 LATE-NIGHT CLASSICAL 
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8:00 SATURDAY MORNING OPERA 
CO.: Another double bill finds Ros- 
sini's L'Occasione fa il ladro raising 
the dusty curtain with a cast of 
anonymity (Dover HCR 5219), and 
a scratchy Cetra ( 1208 ) abridge- 
ment of Rossini's Cenerentoh bring- 
ing it right back down again. 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
(Sept. 19, 3:45 p.m.) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by Robert Pickus. 
(Sept. 22, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 22, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:15 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth reviews 
current non-fiction. 

11:45 MUSIC OF INDIA presented by 
Aditya Mukerji. 

12:15 MISSISSIPPI ELECTIONS, NO- 
VEMBER '67: A panel discussion on 
the coming November elections in 
Mississippi by Dorothy Jonrs, direc- 
tor of the office of Church and Ra:e, 
Protestant Council of the City of 
New York; Sandra Nystrom, admin- 
istrator of the National Committee 
for Free Elections in Sunflower 
County and Robert Z. Lewis, Esq., 
chairman of the New York Com- 
mittee for Support of the Mississippi 
Freedom Democratic Party. All the 
panelists have recently been to Mis- 
sissippi and witnessed the May 2nd 
special election that saw the defeat 
of the MFDP slate of candidates in 
spite of the fact that there was a 
majority of registered black voters. 
(WBAI) 



1:15 A CONCERT OF CAROLE 
BOGARDE AND ALAN CURTIS: 

Music for soprano and harpischord 
recorded at Hertz Hall in 1966: 
Purcell: Two Songs 
Scarlatti: Three early sonatas 
Handel: Cantata "Nice che fa" 
Bach: Fugues and Canons from the 

"Art of the Fugue" 
Couperin: Quatricrne Ordrc pour 

clavecin 
Handel: Cantata "Lucrezia" 
(encore: "Oh Sleep why dost thou") 



3:15 RICHARD III: The original sound 
track recording from the London 
Films production of William Shakes- 
peare's play, produced and directed 
by Laurence Olivier with the fol- 
lowing cast: 
King Edivard 7V..Cedric Hardwkke 

Richard HI Laurence Olivier 

Buckingham Ralph Richardson 

Clarence John Gielgud 

Queen Elizabeth Mary Kerridge 

Jane Shore Pamela Brown 

Lady Anne Claire Bloom 

There will be a brief intermission 
halfway through the presentation. 
(RCA Victor) 



6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Hal Draper 
of the Independent Socialist Club 
and an editor of New Politics; and/ 
or Anne Draper of the Amalgamated 
Clothing Workers staff and secretary 
of Citizens for Farm Labor. 
(Sept. 24) 



7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 

WEEKLIES (BBC) (Sept. 25) 

7:15 FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION 
AND THE RIGHT TO DISSENT - 
II: NBC News Correspondent, Chet 
Huntley, speaks on Freedom of Ex- 
pression In Mass Media; Dorman 
Commons, president of the Cali- 
fornia State Board of Education, 
speaks on Freedom of Expression 
In Education. (KPFK) 

8:30 THIRD TOKYO FESTIVAL OF 
CONTEMPORARY MUSIC: 

Tohru Takemitsu: Sacrifice 

Ohashi, lute; Neguchi, flute; Ok- 
ada, percussion, percussion; Waka- 
sugi, conductor. 

Yoshinao Nakada: Music for Two 
Pianos — "Hymn for an Atheist" 
Inouye, Kanazawa, pianos 

Akira Miyoshi: White. Eiko Seyama, 
soprano; Yamaoka, piano 

Yasushi Akutagawa: Music for 
Strings. Wakasugi, Tokyo Con- 
temporary Music Festival Orch. 

9:15 ALBERT SCHWEITZER ON 
GOETHE: A lecture by Schweitzer 
given at Aspen, Colorado in July, 
1949. Thornton Wilder translates as 
the lecture proceeds. (Winchester) 
(Sept. 29) 

10:45 MUSIC IN AMERICA with Chris 
Strachwitz. 

12:00 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ with Dan 
McClosky. 



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Sunday 



8:00 CONCERT: 

Handel: Sonata for cello and harpsi- 
chord. Bernard Greenhouse, Sylvia 
Marlowe. Esoteric ES 528 (16) 
"Cilensek: Symphony no. 4 for strings 
Kleinert, East Berlin Radio Orch. 
DDR transcription (27) 
J. S. Bach: Trio Sonata no. 1. Mont- 
eux, Shulman, Greenhouse, Mar- 
lowe. Esoteric ES 528 (13) 
"Berlioz: Sara la baigneuse. Bernard, 
London Chamber Singers, Royal 
Philharmonic Orchestra (7) 
Schubert: Symphony no. 7 in E. Lit- 
schauer, Vienna State Opera Orch. 
Vanguard VRS 427 (35) 
"Berlioz: Le Mort D'Orfee 
Rene Soames, tenor (15) 

10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
(Sept. 22, 7:15 p.m.) 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Hal and/or 
Anne Draper. (Sept. 23, 6:45 p.m.) 

10:30 REMINISCENCES OF A REBEL 

with Ben Legere. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood. 

1:00 BAY AREA EMERGENCY AC- 
TION COMMITTEE: Excerpts from 
the first meeting of a new group 
concerned about racism and police 
state methods in handling black 
ghetto unrest, which plans an im- 
mediate campaign of action and edu- 
cation aimed at the white com- 
munity. Among the speakers are 
Mark Comfort, Terrence Hallinan 
and Malcolm Bernstein. The pro- 
gram was recorded July 22 in San 
Francisco, and heard on Open Hour 
July 26. ( Sept. 28 ) 

2:15 COMMUNITY DISCUSSION 
PROJECT - THE LONELY RE- 
FORMERS: Ray Bradbury, science- 
fiction writer, speaking at a week- 
end seminar at the Henry George 
School in Los Angeles. (KPFK) 



3:15 VERDI: Rigoletto 
II Duca di Mantova 

Giuseppe di Stefano 

Cilda Maria Callas 

Maddalena Adriana Lazzarini 

II Conte di Monterone 

Plinio Clabassi 

Borsa Renato Ercolani 

Le Contessa di Ceprano 

Elvira Galassi 

Rigoletto Tito Gobbi 

Sparafucile Nicola Zaccaria 

Giovanni Giuse Gerbino 

Marullo William Dickie 

// Conte di Ceprano Carlo Forti 

Usciere di Corte ...Vittorio Tatozzi 

Orchestra and Chorus of La Scala, 

Milano Tullio Serafin. 

Angel 3537-5S 

Presented by John Rockwell 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 25) 
6:45 COMMENTARY by Robert L. 
Coate, Northern California Chair- 
man of the Democratic Party. 
(Sept. 25) 



7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 26) 

7:15 MY WORD! A half hour of logo- 
machy from the BBC. 

7:45 FROM THE VIN ET FROMAGE 
— IV: More from the summer Bach- 
anal, continuing this week with 
performers Larry Duckies, Marilyn 
Sherwin, Laurette Goldberg and Re- 
becca Warrick. The program was 
recorded July 23 by Wayne Wagner. 
Sonata in b for flute and harpsi- 
chord, S. 1030. Larry Duckies, 
flute; Laurette Goldberg, harpsi- 
chord. 
Suite no. 6 in D for cello unaccom- 
panied, S. 1012. Marilyn Sherwin, 
cello. 
Sonata in C for flute and continuo, 
S. 1033. Larry Duckies, Laurette 
Goldberg, Marilyn Sherwin 
Trio Sonata in C for two flutes and 
continuo, S. 1039. Larry Duckies, 
Rebecca Warrick, flutes; Laurette 
Goldberg, Marilyn Sherwin, con- 
tinuo. 

9:15 A MODERN PRIEST LOOKS AT 
HIS OUTDATED CHURCH: 
Father James J. Kavanaugh discusses 
his views with Harold J. Quigley, 
Leader, Ethical Culture Society of 
Los Angeles. (KPFK) (Sept. 27) 

10:15 PETULIA, ON LOCATION IN 
SAN FRANCISCO -II: KPFA was 
invited to talk with members of the 
cast and production of Pctulia, the 
new Richard Lester movie, while it 
was being filmed in San Francisco. 
In this program, Claire Clouzot talks 
with cinematographer Nicholas Roef, 
actors Joseph Cotton and Richard 
Chamberlain, and Publicity Director 
Bob Joseph. 

11:45 BELGIAN CHAMBER MUSIC, 
featuring the Haydn Quartet: 
Claude Debussy: Quartet in g, op. 10 
(Belgian transcription) (30 min.) 




September 
Monday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 24) 

7:15 FEEDBACK with Lou Hartman. 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Gluck: Overture, Orpheus and Eur- 
idice. Rother, RIAS Symphony. 
Heliodor R 25005 (4) 

Mozart: Concerto in G, K. 216 
Grumiaux; Davis, London Sym- 
phony. 
Philips PHM 500-012 (22) 

Dvorak: Serenade in E for strings, 
op. 22. Kubelik, Israel Philhar- 
monic Orch. London CM 9205(29) 

Mozart: Concerto no. 5 in A, K. 219. 
Grumiaux; Davis, London Sym- 
phony (27) 

Bartok: Divertimento for Strings 
Barshai, Moscow Chamber Orch. 
London CM 9332 (27) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Robert L. 
Coate. (Sept. 24, 6:45 p.m.) 



9:45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (Sept. 23, 7:00 a.m.) 

10:00 READERS THEATRE - The Let- 
ters of Lord Byron, I: Beginning a 
program in three parts of letters by 
Byron, introduced by Kenneth Lash 
and read by Peter McDonald. 

10:30 ESCAPE! (Sept. 22, 11:00 p.m.) 

11:00 FROM THE MIDWAY: A discus- 
sion on "Galileo" with Father Ernan 
McMullin, professor of philosophy 
at Notre Dame University, and Dud- 
ley Shapere, associate professor of 
philosophy at the University of 
Chicago. The moderator is Professor 
Everett C. Olsen of the department 
of geopolitical sciences at the Uni- 
versity of Chicago, from which in- 
stitution this series comes. 

12:00 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 
PERFORMERS, featuring Aimee 
van de Wiele, harpsichordist: 
John Bull: Country Dance 
Purcell: The Queen's dolour and 

Hornpipe 
Couperin: Petit Bransle de 16e siecle 

francais; Les Vieleux et Gueux; 

Le Moucheron 
Rameau: Sarabande; Le Lardon 

12:30 HISTORY SPEAKS: A recording 
of the voices of manv of the greats 
of history from as early as 1888, in- 
cluding the voices of Alfred Lord 
Tennyson, Admiral Peary, Valentino 
and President McKinley. 

1:00 AN ANTI -ZIONIST VIEW 
(Sept. 19, 11:15 p.m.) 

1:45 BACH: Prelude and Fugue in D 
Dupre, organ. Mercury MG50227 

2:00 MEET JOYCE GRENFELL, talk- 
ing to Harold Hobson and Leslie 
Smith. (BBC) 

2:30 CONDITION OF JEWISH BE- 
LIEF — IV: Today's contributor is 
Dr. Eugene Borowitz, professor of 
education and Jewish religious 
thought at Hebrew Union College- 
Jewish Institute of Religion in New 
York City (Reform). (WBAI) 

3:00 TEENS ASK WHY: The first of 
two programs wherein the teenage 
staff of Insight, an outstanding high 
school protest paper, talk with Joan 
Himmelblan. (KPFK) 

4:00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND - 
XII — Alice's Evidence: This is the 
End of Alice. 

4:30 INDIAN TALES from transcrip- 
tions made several years ago at 
KPFA by Jaime de Angulo. 

4:45 CONCERT: 

Beethoven: Piano Sonata no. 21 in 
C, op. 53 ("The Waldstein") 
Novaes, piano 
VOX PL 11 990 (24) 

Debussv: Trois Chansons de Bilitis; 
Le Promenoir des Deux Amants; 
Romance. Teyte, soprano; Cortot, 
piano. Angel COLH 134 (18) 

Matsushita: Composizione da Cam- 
era per 8. NHK transcription (16) 

Mozart: Symphony no. 40 in g, K. 
550. Szell, Cleveland Orchestra. 
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6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 26) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by William Win- 
ter, Los Angeles political analyst. 
(KPFK) (Sept. 26) 

7:15 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, au- 
thority on the U.S.S.R. and author of 
Russia Re-Examined. Tonight Mr. 
Mandel will answer questions sup- 
plied by his listeners. (Sept. 26) 

7:45 WHERE IT'S AT or might turn 
out to be, in the Arts. 

8:15 OPEN HOUR reserved for timely 
public affairs coverage. 

9:15 OPERA REVIEW: We begin an- 
other year's series of discussions on 
current San Francisco Opera produc- 
tions. Tonight KPFA's Anthony 
Roucher, John Rockwell and Charles 
Shere concentrate on La Gioconda 
and The Magic Flute. 

10:00 THE EXCEPTION AND THE 
RULE by Rertolt Rrecht, adapted 
bv Eric Bentley. The cast includes: 

The Merchant Paul E. Richards 

The Coolie Joseph Chaikin 

The Guide Sam Greene 

The Judge Frank Groseclose 

The Widow Jeanette Hodge 

The Narrator Eric Rentlev 

(Folkways FL 9849) 

11:00 ALIENATION AND REVOLU- 
TION - THREE CONFLICTING 
VIEWS: Miss Raya Dunayevskaya, 
who was Leon Trotsky's private sec- 
retary in 1938, discusses existential- 
ist, psychoanalytic and Marxist ivews 
of alienation. (Sept. 28) 

12:00 KING RISCUIT WEST with 
Michael Chechik and ED Denson. 



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26 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 25) 

7:30 TUESDAY-THURSDAY SLAVIC 

SERIES: 

Glinka: Overture, Ruslan and Lud- 
milla. Markevitch, Lamoureau Or- 
chestra. DGG LPEM 19 225 (6) 

Tchaikovsky: Symphony no. 1 in g, 
op. 13. Smetacek, Prague Sym- 
phony Orch. 
Parliament PLP 162 (44) 

Khatchaturian: Piano Concerto 
Jemelik; Klima, Czech Philhar- 
monic. Parliament PLP 164 (35) 

Borodin: Symphony no. 2 in b 
Dorati, Minneapolis Symphony 
Mercury MG 50004 (27) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by William Win- 
ter. (Sept. 25, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(Sept. 24, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 READERS THEATRE - The Ut- 
ters of Lord Byron, 2 



10:30 CUISINE BOURGEOISE: Sasha 
Shor presents another session of 
French recipes and some anecdotes. 
His guests for this session are Sally 
Sanchez and Mary Martin. (KPFK) 

11:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS (Sept. 25, 7:15 p.m.) 

11:30 WELFARE CHECK with Mrs. 
Audrey Rawitscher, M.S.W. (KPFK) 

11:45 SWEDEN NOW, LITERATURE 
TO POLITICS - II 
(Sept. 21, 11:15 p.m.) 

12:30 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 
PERFORMERS, featuring Andre 
Gertler, violinist: 

Bela Bartok: Concerto no. 1 for vio- 
lin and orchestra. Daniel Stern- 
feld, The Great Symphony Or- 
chestra of the B.R.T. 
(Belgian transcription) 

1:00 MARCEL MARCEAU - The 

Thunder of Silence: Master mime 
and practitioner of the classic and 
original art dating from Greek and 
Roman times, Marcel imparts to our 
peripatetic interviewer, Frank Rob- 
erts, the methods by which he has 
bought Harlequin, Pierrot and Pan- 
taloon forward into the 20th century. 
(KPFK) 

2:00 STOCKHAUSEN RETROSPEC- 
TIVE - V (Sept. 11, 9:00 p.m.) 

3:00 WORKING FOR THE UNIVER- 
SITY (Sept. 21, 10:45 p.m.) 

3:30 MISCELLANY 

3:45 CHILDREN'S ROOK SAMPLER 

with Ellyn Beaty. (Sept. 30) 

4:00 OH, THAT MY LUNGS COULD 
BLEAT LIKE BUTTERED PEASE! 
The frog is on his downy nest, sing 
beans, sing bones, sing butterflies. 
Sing prunes, sing prawns, sing prim- 
rose hill. And he is the rhythm king. 
(That unity is after all but meta- 
physical. ) Produced by Katie John- 
son and Anne Dengler. 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 CHINESE PRESS REVIEW pre- 
pared by Jeanette Hermes, attorney 
doing resarch in Chinese law. 
(Sept. 27) 



6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 27) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Dick Meister, 
labor writer. (Sept. 27) 

7:15 RENAISSANCE PLEASURE 
FAIRE: The First Annual Renais- 
sance Pleasure Faire and H'Penny 
Market, to be held in October as a 
benefit for KPFA, is previewed by 
Ron and Phyllis Patterson. 

7:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 

U.N. with Betty Pilkington. 
(WBAI) (Sept. 27) 

8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony 
Boucher presents the Prussian tenor 
Felix Senius (1868-1913), now all 
but forgotten, but vocally and styl- 
istically interesting in oratorio and 
Lieder. (Sept. 27) 

8:30 RESERVED TIME for short fea- 
tures, discussions and reviews of cur- 
rent interest. 

9:30 AS ARAB STUDENTS SEE IT: A 
program produced by Colin Edwards 
containing, first, a conversation with 
Arab students in which they ex- 
plain why they are leaving this 
country and, second, a press con- 
ference organized by Friends of the 
Tri-Continental Progressive Students 
at U.C., Berkeley, to announce a 
campaign to present the Arab view- 
point on the Mideast to Americans. 
This program was heard on Open 
Hour July 5. 

10:30 BETTER LIVING THROUGH 
CHEMISTRY - Who Knows What 
Evil Lurks? Larry Josephson, 
WBAI's Morning Monster, takes a 
look at what' sgoing on around him 
and quickly pulls the covers back 
over his head. In color. ( WBAI ) 

11:00 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 
PERFORMERS: 

Mozart: Concerto no. 2 in E flat, 
K. 417. Adhe Pluvinage, horn; 
Daniel Sternfeld, The Great Sym- 
phony Orchestra of the B.R.T. 

Bach: Suite for Orchestra no. 4 in D 
Edouard van Remoortel, The 
Great Symphony of the B.R.T. 
( Belgian transcription ) 

11:45 STRUCTURES with John Rock- 
well. 



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7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 26) 
7:30 CONCERT: 

K. P. E. Bach: Sonata in F. 

Arthur Balsam, piano 

Musical Heritage MHS 558 (6) 
Beethoven: Trio in Bb, op. 11 

Geuser, Troester, Hansen 

Mace MS 9038 (22) 
Schumann: Frauenliebe und Leben 

Ferrier, Newmark 

London 5020 (22) 
Brahms: Trio in a, op. 114 

Geuser, Troester, Hansen ( 23 ) 
Schubert: "Gastrin" Symphony in C 

Prohaska, Vienna State Opera 

Orch. Vanguard VRS 417 (36) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Dick Meister. 
(Sept. 26, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 CHINESE PRESS REVIEW 

(Sept. 26, 6:00 p.m.) 

10:00 READERS THEATRE - The Let- 
ters of Lord Byron, 3: Concluding 
Peter McDonald's reading of Byron's 
letters, with introductions by Ken- 
neth Lash. 

10:30 GOLDEN VOICES 
(Sept. 26, 8:00 p.m.) 

11:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. (Sept. 26, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 THE WORLD OF STEPHEN 
LEACOCK - XIII: We conclude 
this anthology by John Drainie with 
excertps from My Remarkable Uncle 
(1942). The programs have been pro- 
duced by the Canadian Broadcast- 
ing Company. 

12:00 RAVEL: Le Tombeau de Couperin 
Webster, piano. Dover HCR-5213 

12:30 A MODERN PRIEST LOOKS 
AT HIS OUTDATED CHURCH 
(Sept. 24, 9:15 p.m.) 



1:30 STOCKHAUSEN RETROSPEC- 
TIVE - VI (Sept. 18, 9:00 p.m.) 

2:30 ELSA LANCHESTER HERSELF: 
The widow of Charles Laughton, 
and herself one of the great ladies 
of the English-speaking stage, un- 
burdens herself of her very literate 
and multi-faceted opinions on 
Laughton, Sitwell, T. S. Eliot, H. H. 
Munro, and others. (KPFK) 

3:30 BLACK POWER ORIGINS - VII: 

Ted Vincent discusses Harry Hay- 
wood, member of African Black 
Brotherhood, initiator of the Black 
Belt Republic scheme of the Com- 
munist Party and presently Black 
Power theorist. 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 OH, THAT MY LUNGS COULD 
BLEAT LIKE BUTTERED PEASE! 
I'm on a seesaw and I'm going up 
and down. A treetoad also is calling 
( but I was not always bald ) . Pro- 
duced by Anne Dengler and Katie 
Johnson. 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Sinfonia in F, BMV 1046a. 
Winschermann, Deutsche Bachso- 
listen. Nonesuch H-1129 (15) 

Mather: Orphee. Morrison, soprano; 
Mather piano; Wakefield, percus- 
sion CBC transcription (12) 

Debussy: Trois Ballades de Fran- 
cois Villon. Plantey, baritone; In- 
ghelbrecht, Orchestre National de 
la R.T.F. Angel 35678 (11) 

Shibata: Essay for Six Brasses 
NHK transcription (6) 

Beethoven: Symphony no. 6 in F, 
op. 68 ("The Pastorale"). 
Szell, Cleveland Symphony 
Epic LC 6050 (42) 



6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 28) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Ben Seaver, 

Peace Education Secretary of the 

American Friends Service Committee 

of Northern California. (Sept. 28) 

7:15 G. E. MOORE: In this program 
three friends of the philosopher 
speak about the influence he had 
on all who knew him. The program 
includes comments by Bertrand Rus- 
sell, Leonard Woolf and Morton 
White. (BBC) 

7:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Phil Elwood 
presents a program on ragtime — 
piano rolls and brass bands from 
60 years ago. (Sept. 29) 

8:30 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:30 THE COMPOSER: This month's 
program is devoted to Leland Smith, 
professor of music at Stanford Uni- 
versity, performer, mentor and com- 
poser. The hour, created by Mr. 
Smith, will present his outlook and 
his music. 

10:30 THOMAS MANN - I: The first 
of five lectures by Thomas Mann 
from the Library of Congress, re- 
corded between the years 1942 and 
1949. The series will continue in 
October. (KPFA Archives) 

11:45 STRAUSS: Don Juan. Jochum, 
Concertgebouw Orchestra. 
Epic LC 3769 

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7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 27) 
7:30 TUESDAY-THURSDAY SLAVIC 
SERIES: 
Shostakovich: Quartet no. 2, op. 69. 

The Beethoven Quartet 

Vanguard VRS 6033 (32) 
Gliere: Symphony no. 3 in b, "Ilya 

Mourometz". Scherchen, Vienna 

State Opera Orch. 

Westminister WAL 210 (83) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Ben Seaver. 
(Sept. 27, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE 
STREET: Three major scenes from 
the play by Rudolf Besier are played 
by Katherine Cornell and Anthonv 
Quayle. (Caedmon TC 1071) 

10:30 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick, 
management consultant, continues to 
talk about the world of economics, 
business and finance. (KPFK) 



10:45 BAY AREA EMERGENCY AC- 
TION COMMITTEE 

(Sept. 24, 1:00 p.m.) 

12:00 CONCERT: 

Bartok: Sonata for unaccompanied 

violin. Mann, violin. 

Bartok BRS 916 (26) 
Chopin: Piano Concerto no. 2 in f, 

op. 21. Vasary, piano; Kulka, 

Berlin Philharmonic. 

DGG LPEM 19 452 (33) 

1:00 ALIENATION AND REVOLU- 
TION - THREE CONFLICTING 
VIEWS (Sept. 25, 11:00 p.m.) 

2:00 TELL ME A RIDDLE 
(Sept. 18, 10:00 p.m.) 

4:00 OH, THAT MY LUNGS COULD 
BLEAT LIKE BUTTERED PEASE! 
Oh, that I could wear a dress of 



buttered pease forwardsandback- 
wardsandupsidedown with the 
Beetles and rocks and ill luck, and 
Anne and Katie. 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Brahms: Horn Trio in E flat, op. 40 
Penzel, horn; Ludwig, piano; Vor- 
holz, violin. VOX SBVX 578 (28) 

Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch 32- 
46. Berger, soprano; Prey, bari- 
tone; Weissenborn, piano. 
VOX LDL 532 (25) 

Debussy: Jeux. Inghelbrecht, Or- 
chestre National de la R.T.F. 
Angel 35678 (19) 

Rush: Nexus 16. Rush, Composers 
Forum Ensemble. 
KPFA Tape (13) 

6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 
Joe Agos. (Sept. 29) 



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6:30 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 29) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Marshall 
Windmiller, associate professor of 
international relations at San Fran- 
cisco State College. (Sept. 29) 

7:15 COMMENTARY by J. E. Pourn- 
elle,, associate professor of history 
and political science at Pepperdine 
College in Los Angeles. 
(KPFK) (Sept. 29) 

7:30 SOUNDS OUR FATHERS 
HEARD — Marion Harris: Ryron 
Bryant continues his programs fea- 
turing rare old recordings from his 
private collection. (Sept. 29) 

8:00 CURRENT CINEMA with Claire 
Clouzot. (Sept. 29) 

8:30 STOCKHAUSEN RETROSPEC- 
TIVE - VII: The conclusion of a 
talk given by Stockhausen in 1964 
at the University of Pennsylvania, 
and Nr. 10, Carre for four orchestras. 

9:30 INTELLECTUALS IN GOVERN- 
MENT: Hans Morgenthau, profes- 



sor of political science and history 
at the University of Chicago, in one 
of the programs from the Univer- 
sity's series, "From The Midway." 

10:30 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
SENATOR GERALD P. NYE? 
While he stood on a platform telling 
2,000 America Firsters how we could 
keep out of World War II, someone 
handed him a note informing him 
and his audience that the Japanese 
had just bombed Pearl Harbor. 
Richard Lamparski talks with the 
former Senator from North Dakota 
(1928 to 1945) in his Maryland 
home about Charles Lindbergh, 
President Roosevelt, General Mar- 
shall, Clarence Darrow and Viet 
Nam (WBAI) 

11:15 OLIVIER MESSIAEN - Trois Pe- 
tites Liturgies de la Presence Divine 
Bernstein, Women's Chorus of the 
Choral Art Society, N. Y. Philhar- 
monic. Columbia ML 5982 

12:00 JURA-PARIS ROAD with Charles 
Shere. 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (Sept. 28) 
7:30 CONCERT: 

Eichner: Harp Concerto in C 
Zabaleta; Kuentz, ens. 
DGG 39 112 (18) 
Schumann: Cello Concerto in a 
Navarra; Ancerl, Czech Phil. 
Epic LC 3937 (26) 
Dittersdorf: Harp Concerto in A 
Zabaleta; Kuent, ens. (19) 
"Schubert: Symphony no. 9 in C 
Mengelberg, Amsterdam Concert- 
gebouw. Philips PHM 500-041(49) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Marshall 
Windmiller. (Sept. 28, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 
PROSE 

10:00 SONNETS FROM THE PORTU- 
GUESE by Elizabeth Barrett Brown- 
ing, read by Katharine Cornell. 
(Caedmon TC 1071) 

10:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 
(Sept. 28, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:00 SOUNDS OUR FATHERS 
HEARD (Sept. 28, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 CURRENT CINEMA 

(Sept. 28, 8:00 p.m.) 

12:00 COMMENTARY by J. E. Pourn- 
elle. (Sept. 28, 7:15 p.m.) 

12:15 BELGIAN CONDUCTORS AND 

PERFORMERS, featuring Charles 

Koenig, harpsichordist: 

Couperin: Allemande; Eight Pre- 
ludes 

Frescobaldi: Toccata; Capriccio di 
Durezzi, Toccata 
(Belgian Radio Transcription) 

12:45 A.N.T.A. SOUVENIRS - II 
(Sept. 19, 10:30 p.m.) 

1:30 ALBERT SCHWEITZER ON 
GOETHE (Sept. 23, 9:15 p.m.) 



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3:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES 

(Sept. 27, 7:45 p.m.) 
4:00 OH, THAT MY LUNGS COULD 
BLEAT LIKE BUTTERED PEASE! 
Unsquare Pea on the soft green grass 
—one, two, three, hop, dance. And 
Prance! Katie Johnson. And Anne 
Dengler. 
4:30 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MAS- 
TERS presented by Frank de Bellis: 
Carissimi: "Jonas". Malipiero, Car- 
lin, tenors; Vivante, soprano; Zin- 
etti, contralto; Ferrein & Caselli, 
basses; Angelicum Orchestra/Ger- 
elli 
Cimarosa: Gli Oraze ed i Curiazi 
Overture. London Symphony Or- 
chestra/Kisch. 
Cimarosa: Sonata in D, no. 18; Son- 
ata in B flat, no. 19. Veyron-La- 
croix, harpsichordist 

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cello; Angelicum Orchestra/Lupi 

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piano. 

Giordano: Mese Mariano Introduc- 
tion and Intermezzo. Opera Ital/ 
Rivoli. 

Puccini: Crisantemi. Quartetto della 
Scala 

Sinigaglia: Le Baruffe Chiozzotta, 
op. 32. London Symphony Or- 
chestra/Kisch 

6:00 INDIA-PAKISTAN PRESS RE- 
PORT prepared by Aditya Mukerji, 
graduate student in economics at 
San Francisco State College. 
(Sept 30) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Caspar Wein- 
berger, attorney and former assem- 
blyman. (Sept. 30) 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
with Alfred Partridge, manager of 
KPFA. (October 1) 

7:30 PORTRAIT OF ANGUS WILSON 
introduced by V. X. Naipaul. (BBC) 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for newly-arrived 
public affairs programs. 

9:00 MUSIC FROM THE UNIVER- 
SITY OF CALIFORNIA, from con- 
certs given by the University of 
California Symphony Orchestra, con- 
ducted by Michtel Senturia, in Feb- 
ruary, October and May, 1963: 
Mozart: Chi sa, chi sa qual sia, K. 

582 
Debussy: Prelude to the Afternoon 

of a Faun 
Strauss: Death and Transfiguration, 

op. 24 
Mahler: Symphony no. 10 (unfin- 
ished ) 

10:45 KENNETH REXROTH continues 
his latest autobiography. 

11:15 STEPCHILD OF THE RHINE: 
Mr. Oskar Ludmann, an Alsacian 
who served in the German, Russian 
and French armies during and after 
the first world war, talks with Don 
Porsche. 

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8:00 SATURDAY MORNING OPERA 
CO.: The splintered boards support 
another double bill at the end of 
the month: Haydn's Lo Speziale, 
with Maedel conducting another 
shadowy cast on Epic (LC 3739); 
and Strauss' Wiener Blut with 
Reilke, Streich, Richter, and Hauser; 
the Berlin Civic Opera conducted by 
Hans Lenzer (Urania UR 209-2). 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
(Sept. 26, 3:45 p.m.) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by Caspar Wein- 
berger. (Sept. 29, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT (Sept. 29, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:15 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth looks 
at non-fiction. 

11:45 MUSIC OF INDIA presented by 
Aditya Mukerji. 

12:15 TRAGEDY IN THE MIDDLE- 
EAST: A talk by Hal Draper, chair- 
man of the Independent Socialist 
Club, author of Berkeley: The New 
Student Revolt and editor of New 
Politics, given June 28 at the Uni- 
versity of California, Berkeley. 

1:00 NABC WORLD CONCERT - 
Prague Spring International Music 
Festival, 1967: From Smetna Hall 
in Prague, we present a concert by 
the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, 
conducted by Wolfgang Swallisch: 
Dvorak: Overture to "Othello" 
Brahms: Concerto in a for Violin 

and Cello, op. 102. Joseph Suk, 

violin; Andre Navarra, cello 
Beethoven: Mass in C. Dikhalova, 

soprano; Raszova, alto; Zhidek, 

tenor; Brenan, bass. 



3:00 COMING OF AGE AND THE 
DRAFT: Four young people of vary- 
ing degrees of eligibility for the 
Draft discuss their feelings and 
thoughts on the subject with Rabbi 
Leonard Beerman of Leo Baeck 
Temple of West Los Angeles. 
(KPFK) 

3:30 MISCELLANY 



3:45 ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS 
WELL by William Shakespeare. 
George Rylands directs the Mar- 
lowe Dramatic Society and Profes- 
sional Players production, which in- 
cludes the following cast: Margar- 
etta Scott, Prunella Scales, Peter 
Orr, Michael Hordern, Max Adrian, 
Patrick Wymark and Roy Dortice. 
There will be a brief intermission 
following Act 2. (London A 4370) 



6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Rev. Hazaiah 
Williams, Jr., Pastor of the Church 
for Today in Berkeley and director 
of Today's Artists Concerts. ( Oct. 1 ) 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (Oct. 2) 



7:15 THE GRADUATE, ON LOCA- 
TION - II: Claire Clouzot caught 
several members of the cast and 
production of Mike Nichols' new 
film while they were chasing busses 
and visiting shops along Telegraph 
Avenue in Berkeley. On this pro- 
gram you will hear Miss Clouzot 
talking with producer Lawrence 
Turman, leading stars Katherine 
Ross and Dustin Hoffman, and 
sound man Jack Soloman. 

8:45 WORLD OF THE MUSIC'S 
PEOPLES: All kinds of music are 
beautiful in themselves, but in juxta- 
position display a new beauty and 
excitement. The worlds of music 
should not be separated unnaturally. 
Tonight— Schumann, Debussy, Cage, 
the Beatles and others. 

9:30 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
"CAPTAIN VIDEO?" Al Hodge, 
"Captain Video," and Don Hastings, 
"A Video Ranger," tell Richard 
Lamparski about the days in the 
early '50s when, with the help of 
"Tobor" the robot, they braved 
"Evil Dr. Pauley" and his Giant 
Bees. Richard's grandmother had 
misgivings about allowing him to 
don "Space Glasses" and "Emer- 
gency Helmet" and board the "Gal- 
axy" since he gets carsick. (WBAI) 

10:00 THE SINISTER POTATO with 
Rosalie Sorrels and friends. (Oct. 5) 

11:00 BLACK MASS: Strange Erik 
Bauersfeld presents a program from 
the Darkest Studios of KPFA. 

12:00 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ with Manly 
Stanley Kowalski. 



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"It's a good thing at least that there is 
not much pain when the head falls off." 

The words are those of the footman in Dostoevsky's classic, The Idiot. He is speaking of 
execution by a great knife brought down by a heavy, powerful machine called the guillotine. 

Like the footman, many honest men still speak of the humane features of the gas chamber 
or electrocution, or the firing squad. Like the guillotine, all have been claimed humane ways 
of execution. 

Myshkin, a central figure in the story, responds to the footman, revealing the contradictions 
of the man's essentially compassionate opinion. Listen . . . 

YOU KNOW," Myshkin answered warmly, "You've just made that observation 
and everyone says the same, and the guillotine was invented with that object. But 
the idea occurred to me at the time that perhaps it made it worse. That will seem to 
you an absurd and wild idea, but if one has some imagination, one may suppose even that. 
Think! If there were torture, for instance, there would be suffering and wounds, bodily 
agony, and, so all that would distract the mind from spiritual suffering, so that one would 
only be tortured by wounds till one died. But the chief and worst pain may not be in the 
bodily suffering but in one's knoiving for certain that in an hour, and then in ten minutes, 
and then in half a minute, and then now, at the very moment, the soul will leave the body 
and that one will cease to be a man, and that that's bound to happen; the worst part of it 
is that it's certain. When you lay your head down under the knife and hear the knife slide 
over your head, that quarter of a second is the most terrible of all. You know this is not only 
my fancy, many people have said the same. I believe that so thoroughly that I'll tell you 
what I think. 

KILL FOR MURDER is a punishment incomparably worse than the crime 
itself. Murder by legal sentence is immeasureably more terrible than murder by 
brigands. Anyone murdered by brigands, whose throat is cut at night in a wood, or 
something of that sort, must surely hope to escape till the very last minute. There have 
been instances when a man has still hoped for escape, running or begging for mercy after 
his throat was cut. But in the other case all that last hope, which makes dying ten times 
as easy, is taken away for certain. There is the sentence, and the whole awful torture lies 
in the fact that there is certainly no escape, and there is no torture in the world more 
terrible. You may lead a soldier out and set him facing the cannon in battle and fire at 
him and he'll still hope ; but read a sentence of certain death over that same soldier, and 
he will go out of his mind or burst into tears. Who can tell whether human nature is able to 
bear this without madness? Why this hideous, useless, unnecessary outrage? Perhaps 
there is some man who has been sentenced to death, been exposed to this torture and has 
then been told 'you can go, you are pardoned'. Perhaps such a man could tell us. It was 
of this torture and of this agony that Christ spoke, too. No, you can't treat a man like that!" 



Note: Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1831-1881), was sentenced to be shot, along with several companions, for engaging in forbidden political 
activities. The firing squad was already facing them when the Emperor Nicholas I reprieved the condemned men and sent them 
to Siberia. Dostoyevsky spent nine years in Siberia, first as a convict, then as a soldier. He survived to write some of the world's 
great literature. 

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